Date: January 28, 2019 10:45AM
Why should the Mormon cult care about divorce? They'll get the husband's money, anyway, when the Mormon ex-wife pays tithing on the alimony and child support she gets from him.
Plus, often the Mormon divorced wife gets a job, too, which means even more money for the cult. Usually, the children of divorce have to get jobs, too. More money, more money.
The Mormon cult's focus is on the CHILDREN, remember. Newborn babies are their Number One source of fresh meat, I mean, new members. The cult will do anything--whatever it takes--to keep those children imprisoned for life!
I was a divorced single mom, and you can believe what I say. The Mormons stopped at nothing to try to keep control of my children. They went too far, when the priesthood thugs came into my house, when I was already at church, pulled my sleeping boys out of bed, kicked and shoved them into their clothes, and butt-kicked them on the stairs and into the car, and to church. At church, they held the boys prisoner, and they were not allowed to leave. They went too far! This happened many times. My kids were threatened not to tell me, but I knew they hated church and those leaders. I started to investigate the Mormon lies. What they did to my little girl was worse, allowing the bishop's son to get away with molesting her at a church camp-out, and the bishop threatened my daughter and all the witnesses to keep quiet--or else! I didn't find out until years later.
Because I had no husband to protect me, the Mormon thugs thought they could take my children, and usurp my authority as parent. I was nothing but a woman, and didn't have the power of the priesthood.
I kicked the Mormon bullies out of my house, more than once, by threatening to call the police. Sometimes, a woman needs the help of the police, when aggressive men are trespassing multiple times, are abusing her children, and will not leave her house. My sons got older, bigger, and braver, and I was proud of them, when they, themselves kicked out the Mormon tormenters, when they were verbally abusing me!
To the Mormon cult, a divorced single woman is an easy mark, but, more importantly, she is in charge of the children, and their fate as future tithe-payers rests pretty much in her hands, according to the Mormons.
The good news is, statistics show that children of divorced parents are more likely to leave the cult. Also, If one of the child's parents--it doesn't matter if it's the mother or the father, or if they are divorced or not--leaves the cult, the children are very likely to leave.
I always thought divorce was a male thing. Hence, "no-fault divorce." My ex hid his assets. He got away with completely deserting his little children, without giving any explanation, whatsoever. Whatever tiny amount of child support he had to pay, he refused to pay, and it wasn't worth all the effort and attorney's fees to force him to pay. I put that time and effort energy into making money of my own, to support us, and moving on, and recovering from what he had done to us.
In my experience, the female is always blamed for the divorce. I was the "faithful Mormon spouse" in my divorce, as my ex had left the cult a few years before. Yet, I was still blamed. When it was discovered that he had cheated on me for years, I was still blamed. My only regret was that I kept paying tithing to that horrible cult, even when the kids and I were struggling!