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When we live in a country wherein we own our liberty it’s totally a privilege for everyone but it doesn’t mean that we care less about the consequences that adhere to it. In my own perspective, most people don’t mind the moral side of doing a thing that isn’t right nowadays. I am just wondering what other people thoughts about this sensitive subject are and what makes people push to do it?

I’m just taking the poll for this to collate your opinions whether it’s from you or from other people that you know. Please feel free to comment if you have inputs about this matter. Rest assured that if you comment I wouldn’t refer it as your experience so don’t be afraid of sharing your thoughts, it’s just a survey.

They maybe some other answers that are not listed in the options. Please leave a comment if you have some other reasons that make a relationship broke. Thank you for your cooperation. All the best for everyone!

  • What is the root cause of turning a man or a woman to look for another partner?

    • Because of work-related issues
    • Because of inadequate intimacy
    • Because of financial constraints or instability
    • Because of long distance factor
    • Because of insecurity towards your partner
    • Because they simply don’t love each other anymore
    • Because of one’s partner’s physical appearance
    • Because of lack of attention for each other


What do you think?

18 Points

Written by Sheryl


  1. A lot of people think nice girl, nice boy, but they are not compatible because they are walking down different paths.
    For an artistic person, having a husband or wife that is also creative really matters. A non creative person cant understand how an artist lives and it it the same the other way round.
    You can be friends with anyone but not married to them.
    I am fortunate that my husband is another artist.

    • Having the same interests are important as well, at some point and even you go in completely different paths when both of you respect each other’s wants there would be a harmonious relationship.

        • It does make sense. And maybe those sort of the options given are the factors of not making an investment to make the relationships work. And you might be right that some are meant to be broken

          • That’s just a generalization, though. Since a marriage is statistically more likely to fail than too succeed, there are bound to be a host of reasons why. I expect infidelity on one or both sides would be a big contributor…

  2. It’s the easiest and lazy way out. Unless the other person is under threat of his/her life by the husband or wife, divorce isn’t the solution.

  3. Yeah as I have mentioned from the comment, I am looking for the root cause what makes it hard to stay in a relationship in majority

    • I agree. I think there’s no such as sole reason for it just mainly perhaps a big portion of one of those. It’s interconnected with each other to make the relationship ruined

    • Yeah it’s composed of different factors but I’m trying to get what’s the main reason why relationship didn’t work in general

  4. It looks like most married people tend to give each other for granted. No more courting, showing affection or taking care of one’s appearance.
    Men often look for women they can court and ‘conquer’, while women usually enjoy receiving attention. Or vice versa.
    That’s why I voted for ‘lack of attention’, but that includes other reasons you mentioned.
    I think this problem has always existed, but it wasn’t socially accepted the way it is nowadays.

    • I am hundred percent agree with you. They take each other for granted and soon after they lost their interests for both.

    • True, people can have different priorities, therefore different tendencies. Loyal people seem to value security the most, cheaters need new stimuli and excitement, something a long-term relationship is often unable to offer.