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March 26, 2013  | by: Kasey Kilinski
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Too many relationships these days are the on-again, off-again type. It’s more common in the dating world but once you get to the marriage stage, shouldn’t you take your commitment a little more seriously?

It seems so easy for some people, especially some of these celebrities, to end their marriages. Celebrities like Britney Spears/Jason Alexander, Kim Kardashian/Kris Humphries, Renee Zellweger/Kenny Chesney can get married and then easily divorced. Why is it so simple?!

Dennis Quaid is everyone’s favorite movie father figure. In real life, he has 5-year-old twins with Kimberly Buffington, who he married in 2004. From what I understand, the couple has separated multiple times and finally threw in the towel when they both filed for divorce in the fall. But now they have changed their minds and are back together. But get this: it is too late to save their literal marriage because they have both already signed the divorce papers!! They will be divorced no matter what at this point.

So, what do you do in that situation? Is it an excuse to throw another wedding? A “we got divorced by mistake so we have to get remarried” party? Or do you stay legally divorced and just behave like you are really married?

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I have never been married, but I have been in the dreaded “on again off again” relationship. It’s no fun. Whenever a relationship takes a turn into one of these awful cycles i encourage my friends to run the other way. I believe if you love someone enough to take the plunge and get married, you better try your hardest to make it work! Do you hear the words you are vowing to this person? You better be ready to keep up your end of the bargain… else marriage shouldn’t be an option!! SO why do people take the term “marriage” so lightly these days?

What’s up with that?

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