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You know why divorces are so expensive? They're worth it.
Why do Jewish divorces cost so much? They're worth it.
I've seen people go through divorces and stuff, crossroads that don't end well. Often.
The possibility of divorce renders both marriage partners stricter in their observance of the duties they owe to each other. Divorces help to improve morals and to increase the population.
90% of the divorces are initiated by women. That is really odd. Why? What's going on? What's the great discontent at the heart of it?
I don't look upon my divorces as mistakes. Those marriages were right for the Bess that made that decision at that time.
People in the business will stay with you through drugs and alcohol and divorces and insanity and everything else, but you have a failure, pal, and they don't want to know nothing about you!
Adults are locked into car payments and divorces and work. They haven't got time to think fresh.
France may claim the happiest marriages in the world, but the happiest divorces in the world are 'made in America.'
I had a pretty public divorce. They're not easy - divorces - and it took me a long time to really get through.
If you're fleeing Nazi Germany in 1939 and you're a Jew, you don't think so much about relationships. People didn't have a lot of divorces during the Holocaust, for instance.
I find divorces repulsive. I will never get divorced, never.
My parents separated when I was four. It wasn't the smoothest of divorces, but then as my mother always says, you can't have a passionate marriage without a passionate divorce.
Why are we so obsessed with celebrity culture? We have front-page news about divorces instead of front-page news about global warming, about women being abused, about children being abused. We're going on a downward spiral.
This hook nose and crab meister attitude has gotten me every job I've ever had. And more divorces than I care to remember.
I mean, we had on our show, we had marriages, divorces and other stuff going on. And that was just me.
Literary men now routinely tell their readers about their divorces. One literary man who reviews books wrote, in reviewing a study of Ruskin, that he had never read a book by Ruskin but that the study confirmed him in his belief that he didn't want to read a book by Ruskin. This man very often writes about his family life.
George W. S. Trow
It's always best to stay out of other people's divorces. And their civil wars.
My family went through divorces and remarriages and the later, blended home - and then watched that home explode, too.
Every once in a while, I run into somebody who tells me that she met her husband in my campaign or a husband who says, I met my wife. I have to tell you, I caused a few divorces too.
My dad is from Japanese descent, my mom is from Swedish descent and, through marriages and divorces, a pretty multicultural family - a lot of Spanish speakers in the family.
There are huge divorces and divides and chasms in black America between the have-gots and the have-nots, between the monied and the poor, between the educated and the non-educated. And there are huge and growing chasms daily. And I want to say that it's not simply about generation. It's about genre.
Michael Eric Dyson
I'm not someone who has had to deal with much personal drama outside of the usual: growing up with parents who hated each other, two marriages and divorces of my own. There was the cancer thing, too.
The only thing that's different between high profile or celebrity divorces is that you have to do all you can to keep your client and the details out of the media.
Some of the reason why you have so many divorces is that we tend to get married, most of the time, not for ourselves, but for others, or for how it looks to others.
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
Ralph Waldo Emerson
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