Considering SU(3)-octet broken scalar-pseudoscalar meson (PPS) couplings as well as "smoothness" in the chiral model of Gell-Mann, Oakes, and Renner (GMOR), we obtain the spectrum of scalar mesons in terms of the known masses of the speudoscalar mesons only. The agreement of the predicted spectrum with experiment is reasonably good. The broken pieces of the coupling constants are determined as well and are found to be comparable to their corresponding symmetric pieces. The effects of the broken couplings in the numerical results, such as decay widths, have also been examined. We have demonstrated that the usual assumption of the Goldstone bosons required by exact chiral symmetry emerges automatically from the smoothness relations. A few other interesting aspects of our work are finally discussed.