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    S/O marriage...divorce ect

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    Do you think couples should be required to attend any pre-marriage
    sessions with a therapist before they can wed?

    I know most churches "you" have to attend some sessions, before the
    member of the clergy will marry you.

    but do you think everyone should have to?
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    and I think that they should throw out crazy situations to see how each person reacts.

    I think it is crazy that to get married there is no waiting period but to get divorced most places have to wait a year!
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    I do.... with the divorce rate as high as it is. Why should getting married be so much easier than getting a divorce? I think couseling needs to mandatory on both ends, except in situations of abuse.
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    Some type of counseling and/or waiting period would seem to be indicated based on divorce rate, but am not sure that a therapist is necessarily the way to go.
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    Nope.
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    Yes and no... not everyone believes in counseling. I would hate to force that on someone, I also feel in some cases counseling would not be beneficial to the client because they would not acknowledge that there were going to be problems thus making a waste of time for both them and the counselor.

    On the other hand I would love to see something cut into the divorce rate in the country.
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    I don't think so.
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    No... while i see why some churches want people to do it before hand, i dont think its for everyone and that to force that would be stupid
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