Conundrums in a relationship are normal. No matter how two people value each other and cherish their bond, bickering to a few stormy arguments are inevitable. With proper communication, patience, and emotional maturity, any relationships albeit how turbulent they might get over time will still be able to withstand any adversities like time, stress, finances and so forth. Without these, on the other hand, it could be more difficult for an relationship – steady or not – to thrive. When all the efforts fail, divorce unfortunately is more likely.
Divorce is not a all a new phenomenon. In fact, it is prevalent at least insofar as the Statistics is concerned. The US Census Bureau has recorded a total of 1.2 divorces in 3.2 marriages as of the year 2013. That implies that there is a considerably high failure rate in the once celebrated marriages. In the Peach State, it is the Georgia Department of Public Health specifically the Vital Records section which is responsible for identifying, classifying, recording and storing all vital records including documents of divorce in Georgia. As such, it is reckoned as the state’s central repository.