Mathematical control of divorce stress among marriages
Author(s): Alfred Hugo and Eva M Lusekelo
Abstract: Marriage is the legally or formally acknowledged union of two individuals as partners (a man and a woman) in a personal connection; it refers to the scenario in which two people (a man and a woman) officially announce their connection permanently. Divorce, on the other hand, refers to the breakdown of a marriage between two people. This paper focuses on the dynamics of marriage and divorce scenarios. The stability analysis of the model was evaluated where counselling was used as the possible control measure to maintain peace and harmony among marriages. The numerical verification of the model was performed to justify the analytical results and it was observed that increasing counselling effort reduces the hardship life and complexity within marriage and or divorced individuals. Therefore, harmony, peace, and happier life in families could be maintained and stained through proper counselling and which in turn reduces divorce scenarios within marriages.