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Family/Parenting » SHOULD BARRENNESS BE ENOUGH REASON FOR A MAN TO SEPARATE FROM HIS WIFE? by: Obajichi(f) .:. Tue, 10 Jan, 2023 - 04:11:08:pm GMT
Childbearing is just one of the reasons of marriage and not the major reason which is for companionship.

A lot of women are going through hell due to their inability to conceive and bring forth , even a single child.

There is the story of Maxwell Chuka and his wife, Christy,whose 14- year-old marriage got dissolved by a Customary Court in Jikwoyi, Abuja, Federal Capital Territory.

Maxwell requested that the court dissolve their marriage because of his wife's barrenness.

Christy consented to the dissolution of the marriage because she had also lost interest in it since she couldn't bring forth a child despite having gone to different hospitals and taking various concoctions.

Christy asked the court to grant her husband his request of divorce and he waved the #25,000 bride price saying she had no need to return it.

The story above is quite disheartening because they didn't think of giving it another shot.

Most times , in cases like this, it's the woman who loses out because she has spent her young and vibrant years with the man.

It'll take a lot of effort for her to put it all behind her and move on.

I used to know of a young couple who got divorced on the grounds of barrenness just after three years
of marriage.

People have misunderstood the idea of marriage and it is distasteful and discouraging especially when single men and ladies think of this.

Is it right for a married man and woman to separate because of barrenness?

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It is obviously not right.
First of all it is love that brought you together so let that love keep you.
Children are gift from God, it is neither in the hands of the woman or the man.
The sad thing is that most times, they accuse the woman, every one is shouting but when it finally turns out to be the man everyone is quiet and even ready to conseal.

I pray that every family will carry their own children but just incase please don't kill yourselfs or divorce.
You can adopt.
May God help us.
**It is well**

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Re: SHOULD BARRENNESS BE ENOUGH REASON FOR A MAN TO SEPARATE FROM HIS WIFE? by: DivineDomokuma(m) .:. Mon, 23 Jan, 2023 - 05:50:17:pm GMT

No! capital letter "NO" .
Scripturally, it is not.
When a man and woman are joined together in holy matrimony, death is the only thing that should separate them.

Yeah, its painful, considering the fact that the couples do not have a child or children of their own. Nevertheless, for one who truly is the begotten of God, divorce shouldn't be considered as an option.

What they should do is to pray in faith that God will see them through.

This is my opinion ☺️
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Re: SHOULD BARRENNESS BE ENOUGH REASON FOR A MAN TO SEPARATE FROM HIS WIFE? by: Rachael(f) .:. Mon, 23 Jan, 2023 - 07:44:37:pm GMT

Oh no! Barrenness should never be a reason to start having a separate room with your wife. I think it's high time we all know that it's God that gives children and it is never a man that gives children so therefore we need to see beyond blaming one another for such circumstances.

As a husband you need to support your wife through that kind of period, never should you blame her or allow your relatives to take advantage of the moment. You should not be a husband who only loves his wife when things are working well instead your role is to love her despite the circumstances.

The husband needs to learn from Isaac in the bible; when his wife was unable to conceive he went to the Lord on her behalf and in the Glory of God, God answered his prayers and opened up her womb. Every man should learn to intercede for their wife and the Lord will wrought wonders.

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