Following are the reasons contributed by divorcees who apparently have no inclination to marry again. They all have been divorced or widowed for ten years or more, some for almost twenty. Except for fear, their reasons are very different from the reasons of the never-married who contributed to Why Did I NOT Get Married?
In this batch of reasons, there is no mention of naivety, asexuality and different faiths which featured in the other hub. Of course, those problems would have been solved or dealt with in the first marriage. Also interesting is the fact that their fear has a different dimension. It is more than the fear of uncertainty. Those who experienced failed marriages are afraid of failing again; of seeming foolish—not wise enough to learn from their mistakes. It might also prove that they were the bad apples in the first marriage, and establish the probability that they could be habitual offenders.