Why Are Divorces Usually Initiated by the Wife?
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OOM: Just checked and you’re correct that higher education doesn’t statistically increase the likelihood of divorce. Though the OP’s original point that proportionally, by far, it is the wife seeking the divorce is indeed demonstrated in government compiled statistics of court filings.
I think one of the reasons the Torah doesn’t allow a wife to divorce her husband is because women would be too quick to pull the divorce trigger. (As we see the case is with the gentiles, where they can divorce him.)
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People! Don’t you see a T’zad Hashovah between all of your explanations???
Simplify it. It is not more than G’aaivah!
If she/the college student wasn’t such a smart one, and then her career wasn’t ideal for her, it could bring a lot of G’aaivah!!