Which do you feel is the most common factor as to why families are falling apart?

By GemiCancer38 . Created on Feb 07, 2019
Homes all across america have become divided. Too know a family that has stayed together and have generations of roots to back them up are a Rare find. Divorce is at an all time high and "God" has now become expendable and extracted from most folks daily activities. Bonds are weakened and Family values are all but obsolete. Our children are now raised by broken families and addictions(whatever that may be) have become familiar. Alot of our crowded prisons and jails are occupied by ones who were once a child and not shown the importance of family or taught to do acts of kindness,work hard,and always always respect yourself as well as others.
Lifestyle 623 votes | 18 Comments
Divorce

Divorce

No god

No god

Greed

Greed

Government/Education system

Government/Education system

Media

Media

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No god
Anonymous said on Feb 20, 2019
We need the Lord back in our daily lives
Damien said on Feb 11, 2019
The first choice IS a family falling a part, the rest are blaming it on others. The government is not getting between a husband and wife, you can turn the media off, educators are not telling you to have problems with each other and not work toward a resolution and not everyone is Christian.
Anonymous said on Feb 10, 2019
Parents are raising undisciplined, selfish, self-entitled, offended by everything, disrespectful, asshole kids.
Media
GemiCancer38 said on Feb 19, 2019
Yes sir! I agree! The world. Is getting lazy. Takes too much time and energy to discipline. Self absorbed and too caught up in thier own busy lives.
Government/Education system
Anonymous said on Feb 10, 2019
Lack of communication
Mirella said on Feb 10, 2019
none of the above ... to me the main reason is communication ...
Marcus said on Feb 8, 2019
Lack of self-respect and a sense of duty; but also a society that glamorizes and normalizes divorce.
Juniper said on Feb 8, 2019
any of these things plus selfishness.
Divorce
Fred Zacher said on Feb 8, 2019
A combination of the above and one I see missing is the unresolved underlying mental health issues which were never taken care of by the spouse.