In the past, the wife may have suffered for years in silence, but in modern times, women will not hesitate to pull the plug to protect herself, and her children.
2. Physical or emotional abuse
Women typically enter into marriage with rose colored glasses, hoping for the best, and oftentimes they may ignore, or not see red flags.
Signs of abuse may not be evident during the courtship phase of the relationship, not becoming blatantly apparent until after the exchange of vows.
Whether it’s physical aggression towards the wife during bouts of anger and rage or emotional abuse by way of degradation and control, women file for divorce when they’ve had enough.
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Once a woman feels betrayed sexually it can be an uphill climb trying to repair the damage.
One of the top reasons why women divorce their husbands, is infidelity.
Women have a louder internal recording than men, and when plagued with thoughts about the husband being with another woman on autoplay in her mind, it’s only a matter of time before she hits eject on the relationship!
4. Financial problems
Money tends to be the primary reason for divorce, but for women especially, financial insecurity can be the nail in the coffin for a marriage. To many, it may seem one of the surprising reasons women divorce.
But this is ostensibly true in a world where women are no longer financially dependent on men.
Despite modern ideals, women still look to marriage for security, financial and otherwise, and when it’s no longer a part of the picture, it can lead to her swift exit.
If you feel disconnected or frustrated about the state of your marriage but want to avoid separation and/or divorce, the marriage.com course meant for married couples is an excellent resource to help you overcome the most challenging aspects of being married.
Nadiyah is the author of The Smart Woman's Guide To Dating And Relationships. Nadiyah is a relationship expert, motivational speaker, author and tv host. Nadiyah believes that relationships are the foundation of strong families and communities, and it is essential to learn to navigate those relationships with principles rooted in the word of God. Nadiyah maintains a Master's degree in Strategic Communications, a minor in Sociology, a Bachelor's in English, and attended Pepperdine University and the University of California Riverside. These two degrees, her faith, life experience, and nearly a decade of marriage, have provided her with a strong foundation and practical insight in interpersonal communications and relationships. Further professional training through the American Psychotherapy Association as a board Certified Relationship Specialist has allowed Nadiyah to bring a multidimensional approach to her work.
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