Infidelity could be one of the big reasons, people just simply grow apart and stop communicating with each other, they seem to forget the passion and the love that they had for one another when they first met and first got married, marriage is a partnership and a commitment, two people need to come together as one and still have independence from one another without taking each other for granted...
Because people think they'd have a better life if they break up with their wife/husband and marry another one. Then they realize this whole "Break up, then get a new wife/husband" thing is just a cycle.
We've made it fairly easy. Aside from the emotional turmoil which is inevitable we've streamlined the process. There's no longer any social stigma to having a failed marriage. The very idea of marriage as a life-long commitment is rapidly going out of style. Folks these days have prenuptial agreements. Before even getting married they're already planning the divorce.
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According to government studies, first it is usually about finances and then secondly, men still expect women to do all of the shopping, cleaning, laundry, meal planing, cooking and most of the child raising, while working a job too. This puts too much strain on a relationship and the woman becomes exhausted with it all and ends the relationship. It is very sad, but true. http://www.divorcesource.com/ds/main/u-s-divorce-rates-and-statistics-1037.shtml
Because people aren't willing to work things out. They're too fast running to file for divorce. Marriage is hard work, you have to work at it everyday. When you feel yourself drifting away it's time to pull things back together. Talk, communication is the biggest key in staying connected and unconditional love. The biggest failure in a marriage is unfaithfulness, it's the ultimate betrayal and usually unforgivable. People need to remember the grass isn't always greener on the other side, it just appears to be.