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Common warning signs that divorce could be possible

On Behalf of | Nov 14, 2018 | Divorce

Are you worried that your marriage has taken a bad turn? Do you get the feeling that things are so bad they cannot be fixed? If so, it might be that divorce is headed your way. How can you truly know? For starters, there are some glaring signs you need to be aware of in your marriage that almost always point to the couple getting a divorce.

If you have shut yourself down emotionally, then it might be time to explore a divorce. Your emotional needs are no longer being met by your spouse and vice versa. Emotional intimacy is an important part of any relationship. When you can no longer rely on your spouse for this, then it may be time to move past the marriage.

Has lying found its way into the marriage? You might be telling lies often or maybe it’s your spouse. Either way, when one or both of you begin lying about everything, it could be time to put an end to the relationship. Lying will get you nowhere, and it will only make things more difficult as time goes on.

Has affection disappeared from your marriage? It doesn’t matter how tired you are, how crazy your day was or if the kids have been screaming for hours. Affection is a must-have in a marriage of any length. Affection brightens our spirits and helps people rebound from a difficult day.

Have you stopped making your spouse a priority in your life? For example, do you come home from work late because you go out with friends or co-workers? Do you ignore them when they are sick? If your spouse is no longer a priority, then you need to take a serious look at the marriage.

Realizing that it is time to end your marriage is never easy, even if you’ve struggled to keep things positive for quite a while. Once you decide it’s time to get a divorce, you should tell your spouse and move forward with filing. An Ohio divorce attorney can explain your legal options.