Someone just told me “Never marry a daughter of a divorced mother”, is it true? if yes, why?
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It pains me to think that people still nurture such unreasonable notions.
or maybe they are afraid that a strong woman (strong cos she took this courageous decision to leave a marriage in our orthodox society), her daughter will be as strong as she is.
And you won’t be able to put your rules on her!
I strongly wish people would rise above all this.
What? NO. It is so wrong. If her mother had a bad reaction and decided to get separated then she did take a very brave decision and raised her daughter so she is a brave woman with a great daughter so she is perfect to get married.
Dude, I am married to the daughter of a divorced mother and I would like you to know that it is worst advice and do not follow it. My life has been great since I married her and she is the best thing that has ever happened to me. People can be judgmental, so let them be. You do what you feel is right for you.
Not all divorces are the fault of the woman. Even though it is vital for her and her family’s existence, she must maintain her relationship because if she does not, her daughter(s) would be forced to endure the consequences.
Ask the person who is offering you this piece of advise to reconsider. Inform them that their particular line of thought is hurting the lives of many women. Some women are compromising themselves needlessly as a result of this horrifying idea. Please make the necessary changes.