It seems that social networks websites are causing serious marriage problems in Kuwait, I read on Al Anba paper that a Man accused his ex-wife of cheating with 2800 men because he saw that she has 2000 friends on facebook and 800 twitter followers, that’s heavy!
Though it worth highlighting that facebook friends and twitter followers are not necessarily lovers, but I think marriage couples should be open to each other and try to reach a mutual agreement before any of them uses such social websites to avoid serious problems, what do you think?
I saw some really funny and weird stuff during the New Year’s celebration in Kuwait last night but this one is funniest and cutest so far; a group of bikers were sporting Santa Claus uniform on 2nd Ring Road, cute.
A reader E-mailed us this snapshot at Gulf road. I’m sure we are all used to see this scene everyday, but sometimes it just gets really irritating. Let’s admit it flirting is a worldwide phenomenon but when it blocks the street, causes traffic congestion and accidents then we have a serious issue.
Last week I conducted a poll to find out about the main causes for divorce in Kuwait. The reason behind this post was to identify the reasons behind the increasing divorce rates in Kuwait to help many families and newly weds understand and find solutions.
Below is the poll result, I tried to use a pie chart to help you get a clear picture:
We can notice that the main cause is Misunderstanding & Miscommunication (24%), I agree that understanding/Communication plays the most important role in life, imagine a football team or a captain along with his crew, both need to have successful communication to win.
The 2nd cause was Marital Infidelity/Cheating (23%); plain and simple, eveything that we do is based on loyalty and faith, if we lose faith in our partner then its almost impossible to go on especially with the pain that cheating causes.
As for the 3rd cause, came the Incompatibility (18%); It could be difference in education level, origins, ideology, relgious background. I believe its always better to take sometime evaluating the differences before we tie the knot.