"An Exploration of the Spiritual Dimensions of African-American men who did not initiate a Divorce" described the finality of a relationship that often times can be destructive or constructive based on the divorce circumstances. The problem in this study investigated the spiritual dimensions of the non-initiator of divorce and examined some coping skills that were rooted in spirituality. At the same time, the nature and purpose of this study reviewed the dynamics of divorce from a general view as well as specific viewpoints, which entails the stories of 14 African-American men between the ages of 25-65 who did not initiate a divorce. As a result, a qualitative approach explored the meaning and understanding that participants ascribed to their experiences of divorce and the spiritual journey."
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