Once upon a time when divorce was rare...
Once upon a time when divorce was rare, most people were driven to divorce by one of the “Triple A” problems: Affairs, Addictions, or Abuse.
Divorce meant someone was chronically cheating, repeatedly drunk, or physically violent. Desertion was the fourth reason for divorce in 19th century America when husbands would go west and disappear.
Affairs, addictions, and abuse are what I call the “hard” reasons for divorce because… >>read more>>