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What do you think are the primary factors that lead to divorce?
- What is the effect of divorce on families?
- Why do you think divorce is considered a social problem?

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The primary factors are a lack of communication, either because of skills or disinterest and differences in perceptions about such issues as money, friendships, and time/quality of relationship work. The fact that people have different perceptions of all of these often causes problems. The disagreements about money, friendships, and quality of time spent can often be traced ...

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The solution explores the subject of divorce - the factors that lead to it, its effect on families and if divorce is a social problem.

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