You might be surprised to know that a lot of people who get divorced can’t really pinpoint a moment that they asked themselves, “Is my marriage over?” and gave themselves a definitive answer. In fact, sometimes people who file for divorce are still a bit unsure about whether they’re doing the right thing.Maples Family Law
The Psychology Perspective
Making the decision to end a marriage can be a very difficult task. One that should not be made without considerable efforts to weigh the pros and cons of each issue presenting itself. This is especially true if children are involved, as the decision will ultimately affect the rest of their life as well. Let’s face it, as soon as one said “I Do” the bonds that bind you only grow as each year passes.
There are some serious warning signs that my signal an ending for a marriage… and Maples Family Law explores these in a manner that allows you to determine if any of these areas currently affects your life in a manner that has you possibly considering divorce. In my next article, I will offer the psychology behind the emotional weighing factors each sign proposed by Maples Family Law presents in a VLOG format. I hope you enjoy.
- You’re already living in a single mindset.
- One of you has been unfaithful.
- You and your spouse don’t communicate.
- You feel like your spouse causes you nothing but stress.
- You’re not able to be yourself. (Maples Family Law)
2 responses to “IS MY MARRIAGE OVER?: An Article from Maples Family Law”
Divorce is a real tragedy in a person’s life. It effects the children first and foremost… even though the relationship itself is cemented for life through the addition of children. It is a blessing that you had a good surrogate for teaching what it means to be a father, even if it was not your biological father. We are born into a family, but choose our family moving on.
Thank you for this example.
There is healthy ways to end a relationship… I will explore more in tomorrow’s video about ways to overcome the 5 warning signs.
One of the biggest issues with Divorce is how the couple handles it. I’m the daughter of a divorced couple, and it was such a huge drama because one of the elements didn’t have maturity enough to end the situation with healthy manners.
Everyone loses, but in my honest opinion, children are the ones who suffer the most with it.
I know how it feels, but at least I had a great grandfather who was like a father for us.