I agree. There is more than just the good feeling part. The feel good part is what gets it started and the part everyone enjoys, but there is far more to it. True love is unconditional. It is a decision, and in marriage its a decision based on a commitment. True love puts the interests of others first. Its not all about ME, its about the other person. I know that doesnt jive with our "do what feels good" mantra and just do what makes YOU happy, but genuine love isnt just about feeling good and happy. Some times there are legitimate reasons for divorce but the divorce rate in our country clearly demonstrates that far too many are getting divorced based on feeling and its a sign of immaturity in most cases. Many dont have enough emotional strength and stability to work thru the issues. And in all honesty, it takes both people to work thru the issues. Sometimes one spouse is willing, but the other isnt. If both wont put forth the effort it wont work. So in some instances a divorce can occur simply because one party is immature. Some times its both parties that are immature. Some times the issues are too great - but that should be the exception not the rule.