Background - Sometimes when a divorce happens, one of the two does not want the marriage to end. If we are close to this person, we might view the divorce-initiator as selfish or heartless. If we are close to the divorce-initiator, we might think this is sad but everyone has a right to pursue their happiness. We read in one thread about a woman who waited till the kids were off to college and then divorced her husband due to her longstanding dissatisfaction with the marriage. The man ended up totally lost in life and moved back to India with his parents. Other reasons for divorce can be: falling in love with someone else, falling out of love, total lack of intellectual compatibility, shuddering at the thought of spending decades together, differing view points about money ... the list is endless. Question - Is there ever a morally wrong time or reason to divorce? . .