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When was the moment you no longer wanted to stay married to your partner and why?

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Clifton Pratt said on
Getting divorced with your partner is a big life changing decision.
For some, it’s a decision resulting from diminishing personal happiness and unsatisfied relationship for a period of time. Whereas, for others, the decision happens in 'that one moment' that changes everything.

Well in most cases an unhappy marriage and unmet expectations are the root cause. But here are some more reasons leading to the end of a marriage.

Ongoing frustration: If frustration gets out of control, it could result in an outburst with severe outcomes. And in many cases, divorce comes out to be the only option to recover from it.

It’s very important to communicate the things that disturbs you at the very stage of frustration. Moreover, you can put yourself in a hobby to distract your attention from an ongoing irritation.

Domestic violence: For some it’s just that one moment when you realise that you are a victim of domestic violence and immediately respond to it. Whereas, many keep suffering in the hope that things will get better.
However, in a situation like such, it becomes crucial to seek a legal advice to cope up with a violent spouse or to dissolve a marriage.  These are some of the common causes leading to the decision of dissolution of a marriage.  
bunnyhabit said on
When i decided my husband cared more work, his buddies, having a live in maid and arm candy trophy wife than truly loving me. It came to a head at a party when he told me his BFF asked him to hook me up with him. I said are you prostituting me and he said no just sharing you because I need to go back to work. Danny will make sure you have a good time., tonight. I objected and he said STFU and behave.

I am now living with his BFF and feeling truly loved.

Xena69 said on Dec 13, 2018

I am sorry. You Married your husband.  What happened to your vows when you married. Sorry dont know if you are married.  Tha man you left  let you leave and go to his bf.   Hopfully you are happy. You sound very young.  That story is not a true relationship.

bunnyhabit said on Dec 13, 2018

I am thirty four. How could I have a husband if not married? He did not let me go I divorced him before going out with his best friend. his bf always showed an interest in me but I shrugged him off since married at the time even the time my husband set me up for him to have.
xinpin said on
My husband has his set of insecurities (i mean who doesn't right?). I have told him that dumping his insecurities onto me during our fights is not constructive. I am tired of trying to make him understand that when we talk, of course I'll be speaking from my point of view. He gets angry when I voice my concerns and let him know my feelings. He makes it so personal as if I am doing it just to hurt him and turns it around to hurt me. I feel even more hurt about this that he thinks of me this way. I have tried so hard to make him understand that my voicing of concerns has no intention of blaming/hurting him. He continues to believe I am some monster and I don't want to go on with someone who sees me that way. I have changed so much in the way I communicate (especially during arguments), to be more understanding, patient and loving. I don't believe he appreciates my effort to be a better partner and it's making me question whether I should continue working at it. I guess when I started having thoughts like that was when I feared I may not want to be part of this marriage anymore.

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pat.hartt said on Apr 21

In my own case, he has managed to make me so insecure. He is trying to convince me that I need to be okay with him hugging another girl at 2am in a night club when I'm not there
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Pinkfave said on
When he didn’t introduce me to his ex’s best friend. It sucks being married to someone that won’t even give you the courtesy of introducing you to people. He sucks!
holyanderson said on
Divorce is not the only solution when you think you can not want to live any more together. As you know that married life is full of up and down. As the responsibility grow up and the couple is distanced. They start feeling bored with each other. and decide to take relieve from each other.
GhikTH said on
yes it's true
Allsinglesandmarried said on
I would love to be able to give an absolute answer when people ask me if they should stay in their broken marriages. A simple yes or no would make your decision so much easier, but it just doesn't work that way. You are the one who has to live with your choice. I remember this season in my own life. The question began to plague me almost immediately after Chris’ confession. Within a very short time, I pictured myself as a single mom who would be headed back to work while trying to figure out how to share the parenting with my unfaithful husband. In the midst of my panic, I felt like I had to decide my marriage’s fate. A dear friend, Kevin Penry, said, “You don’t have to make that decision today.” With his simple, yet wise counsel, the burden of my future had been lifted off my back, at least temporarily. The truth was, I didn’t have to know that day or the next week or even the next month. There was no wisdom in deciding the rest of my life within days of the biggest, most devastating piece of news I’ve ever received. Matthew 5 tells us that marital unfaithfulness is grounds for divorce. Clearly, this is a serious issue. But just because we can, doesn't mean we should. I believe in doing everything we possibly can to restore a broken or dead marriage. Many will say that is an impossible feat. And for some situations, it just might be. Maybe you feel like you have to decide the future of your marriage today. You feel like if you don’t do something “right now” that you are just wasting more time in a marriage that has no hope. Maybe you don’t want to be fooled again. I get it. I felt this way, too. If you ever find yourself in shoes that are either pointed for the door to walk away or pointed toward your spouse to stay, pray for God to tell you what to do. He will. I don’t know what the answer will be, but God most certainly does. Do you feel yourself panicking over the choice to leave or stay in your marriage? Spend some time today in God’s Word asking Him to guide and direct you with His Word. Keep asking Him daily until He shows you a Word to stand on.
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