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Saturday, April 4, 2009

FINANCIAL SECURITY MAY BOOST INFIDELITY



I firmly believe that! Everywhere I look, it seems that more and more of my acquaintances go into divorce. Waving off religious concerns (though this really should be the main reason such actions be reconsidered), let us look into the social factors, especially of financial status.


To put it more realisitic, just a month ago, Russel, a childhood friend, went into these tedious sessions of a divorce proceeding. He so wanted to do this years ago, according to him. But his financial constraints will not allow it. It is way below capable to handle even the lawyers fee. Just last year and the year prior, his brother and his mother passed away , leaving him the sole inheritor of a large amount of money. If before he tried to hold on to his marriage (with two kids), now he have the means to go on with the proceedings, and indulge himself with a "better" (according to him) partner.


This goes without saying then, that if he didn't get that inheritance, his family would have continued to try to hold on. Mayhap, in time it will survive. He would have tried avoiding INFIDELITY.

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