Is the end of marriage indicative of failure?
Why is failure such a bad thing? When a marriage ends it most certainly is a failure. The vows were made 'til death do us part', right? To not fulfill that is a failure. Is this such a bad thing, though? Much is learned from failure and often we ...
...emerge stronger from the experience. As its been said, it's okay to fall down; it's not okay to not get back up after the fall.
Just because it wasn't forever doesn't mean it wasn't successful in one way or another.
Man wrong poll... Weird it keeps coming back to this one each time I comment.
Wait nvm, what the heck... I think I'm dealing with a bug.
No, it means it no longer works.
Assuming you didn't have a sunset clause on your vows, I'm gonna say yes. Don't worry; you can fail without being a failure. It happens all the time
No. It just means it no longer worked.
In a way, we all fail at one thing or another. That does not mean you are a failure. It means your marriage did not succeed.
I think sometimes people simply change and grow. It seems much more mature to admit it rather than wind up bitter and hateful toward your partner.