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    A BAD MARRIAGE

    Weddings are one of the happiest events in any person’s life. Individuals and couples alike might spend decades dreaming of the perfect marriage ceremony and the reception party afterward. Unfortunately, the good times don’t always last and satisfaction isn’t guaranteed. When it seems like there’s nowhere else for a relationship to go but south, it might be time to consider divorce.

The Ignored Warning Signs

While there shouldn’t be good reasons to end a marriage, unfortunately they do exist. If you find yourself continually disconnected from your spouse, or aren’t sharing intimate moments, there could be a breakdown of communication. Also, if your gut is telling you that you aren’t happy, you should consider listening to your instincts. It may be scary to broach the subject, but it’s a topic you shouldn’t avoid.

When to Take Action

If you feel that your relationship is in trouble, don’t expect things to change by themselves. Before meeting with a divorce lawyer, discuss your marriage together. Counseling can help find common ground and identify problems you might not have seen or addressed. It’s hard work maintaining a fruitful relationship, and if both spouses are willing to put in the effort, a marriage may become stronger than before.

Some Marriages Are Toxic

There are some relationships that shouldn’t be saved. These toxic marriages are built on abuse, and realizing you are in a bad situation is the first step. Start setting up a safety net of friends and family who can support you in your decision to leave. Also, steel yourself to live independently. Abusive relationships often make people feel they can’t go at life alone, but that couldn’t be further from the truth.

When You Need Answers

Knowing When to Leave

Leaving a relationship can be the hardest decision a person has to make. It’s important to remember that an ended marriage isn’t a failure, it’s just the next step in life. Staying in a bad relationship does more harm than good for everyone involved, but knowing that it’s time to leave can create a future for both spouses that is both happier and full of new opportunities.