What are the common reasons why people divorce? People end up in divorce court because they wait too long to find solutions to the problems in their marriage. We are a nation of highly independent people. That independence stands in the way of us being able to humble ourselves and ask for help. Would you try to perform surgery on yourself if you were told your appendix needed to be taken out?
Trying to fix our marriages ourselves, without some form of researched guidance, prior to going to divorce court, is the same metaphorically. You can’t fix your problems doing the same things you have been doing. According to the Encyclopedia of American Psychology, about 40 to 50 percent of married couples in the United States divorce. The most common reasons people give for their divorce are inability to communicate, too much arguing, cheating, marrying too young, unrealistic expectations, lack of balance/equality in the relationship, lack of preparation for marriage, finances, lack of intimacy and abuse.
Typically, once a couples has made the decision to separate/divorce they have lost faith in their partner and the happiness and joy that brought them together has eroded to a point of no return. Couples often experience too much arguing, cheating, disrespect, abuse, lack of communication and understanding with no support or expert help over the course of the years of this transpired. If your relationship is in a good place, pace this information on. If you need support talk to a professional. YOU CAN FIX YOUR RELATIONSHIP, it starts with fixing you! If you need coaching you can book your free consultation today, Click Here!