What do you consider unforgivable in marriage??

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    Adam's post got me to thinking.

    What do you all consider the thing or things if any that could never be forgiven in a marriage thus leading to divorce?
     
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    For starters, murder, rape, child molestation, those kinds of nasty crimes.
     
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    Agreed, don't forget child abuse.
    I would also say cheating.
    There wouldn't even be a discussion.
    We have an agreement to inform the other if
    we ever have intensions of straying.
     
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    It's a requirement if married by an Army chaplain.
     
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    If you're married in the church, you pledge before God to take the other person "for better or for worse." Serious thought should be given to that vow by both parties. Maybe to cut down on divorce and make people better aware of what they're getting into when they marry, couples should be required to go to marriage counseling classes for a certain length of time and show proof that they have met this requirement before they can qualify to get a marriage license.

    The other day country singer Kenny Chesney remarked about his marriage to Renee Zellweger that they were "hotter than a pepper sprout" at the time they got married. Perhaps that's the requirement for people to get married these days? Chesney and Zellweger are not kids; both are approaching 40 and have achieved success well beyond most people's wildest dreams.
     
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    How does that work? How do they prove that they've had marriage counseling classes?
     
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    Counseling is done by the chaplain that performs the ceremony.
    Use of the facilities are free, which attracts ALOT of lower enlisted.
     
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    And he is also the one who said that beaking up with Renee Zellweger was "like opening the door to your house and having someone come in and take your big-screen TV off the wall during the big game, and there's nothing you can do about it."
     
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    They sound like a lovely couple :eek:
     
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    A physical (sexual) relationship with the opposite sex.
    Physical abuse.
    Mental abuse, real not perceived.
    Or one individuals actions totally destroying two peoples lives.

    Other than that, it’s the “for better or worse, till death do us part” thing.
     

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