5 Signals That Your Spouse Wants A Divorce (And How You Can Stop It).
If your marriage is ‘on the rocks’ and you’re concerned that your spouse is thinking of asking for a divorce, then this blog post is for you.
I’ll describe a couple of symptoms to be aware of that imply your spouse is thinking of divorce
I’ll show you how to stop it and ways to start restoring your marriage.
So, let us dive right into the first clue to search for …
Sign # 1– Arguing Over Whatever & All things.
You bet, it’s no state secret that an increase in the rate and level of disagreements with your spouse are a crystal clear symptom that all is not good with your union.
Now, do not panic here just because you and your spouse are battling a few times a week.
Virtually every couple will quarrel and have conflicts every now and then.
It’s actually a healthy thing to argue periodically provided that they result in decisions or don’t leave behind lingering bad feelings.
When those fights end up being everyday incidents, and tend to develop over virtually just about anything, then that’s when things get a bit more dicey.
As an example, if you arriving 5 minutes late for a dinner date turns into a massive screaming match and leads to both of you going to bed furious for the third time in a week, at that point, it’s a serious issue.
These type of arguments, if they happen frequently and tend to blow small rumbles or differences way out of proportion.
This could signify that your relationship is headed in the wrong direction.
Much of the time, partners who argue regularly yet have generally healthy marriages can fix this issue fairly easily.
In practical terms, if you and your partner fight too much or quarrel frequently over modest matters, you need to learn effective ways to avoid the pointless arguments.
You need to learn how to have disagreements in a more civilized and positive manner.
Now, yet another and possibly more serious evidence of an unhealthy marriage is once one or both of you stops trying to address conflict whatsoever. This leads me to the next point …