All couples become frustrated with one another — and even livid with one another — and when that happens it’s not unusual to let the thought of splitting up creep into your consciousness. These thoughts are generally fleeting and dismissed just as quickly. But if you’ve been finding yourself thinking this more and more frequently and have been holding on to the idea, tossing the pros and cons of divorce in your head, it may be time for you to take action.

Beyond the occasional fantasy of life without your spouse, there are a few signs that are indications that the marriage is coming to an end and it’s time to move on. Here are just a few:

  • You either never fight or you fight to the death:

When couples choose silence and just letting things go because it is pointless to argue, that is not a good sign. Arguing — when it’s done the right way — is healthy and productive. It is a way to make your voice heard and to reach a resolution to the issue at hand, and possibly to those that are underlying the original argument. If, however, you argue all the time and you’re both more interested in being right or in control then in being happy, then it’s a sign that things have gone downhill and may be beyond redemption.

  • You’re purposely pushing your spouse:

We all know what buttons to push to provoke our spouses. Are you purposely pushing those buttons on a constant basis? If so, it may be because you’re afraid to be the first to say it’s time to end the relationship and you’re trying to force them to do it.

  • You are constantly stressed when you’re with your spouse:

If your blood pressure is rising and you clench your teeth every time you’re in the same space as your spouse, it’s a sure sign that something is desperately wrong with the relationship.

  • You feel like you’re always acting:

If you are in the habit of putting on a different persona when you’re with your spouse instead of letting your true colors show, that is an unhealthy relationship and your routine is not sustainable.

  • You’re seeking company elsewhere:

When marriages are nearing their end, one or both spouses are often lonely. You may be turning to friends, to social media, or to strangers for companionship and support. If you find yourself sharing secrets and seeking guidance from somebody other than your spouse, then there’s a good chance the partnership is over.

Knowing that the relationship is over is just the beginning. If you are considering divorce, you need a plan, an exit strategy, and guidance from somebody who knows the laws and your rights. For more information, contact us today to set up an appointment to discuss your situation.

 

 

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