I knew we were in trouble when I asked my husband what he wanted for dinner and he said a divorce.
Usually, he just wants chicken, not separate lives” ~Donna
All sorts of reasons why marriages fail
They say that there are many reasons why a marriage falls apart: money, betrayal, computer games, mortgages, alcohol, mother-in-law.
And it gets annoying at the end.
Why do these things happen?
It seems to me that at some point, two people stop understanding each other, step aside and find themselves in their own problems.
Some of us find new interests.
When you think of it, with the endless laundry list of negatives, how do any survive at all?
If you take a closer look at the list, aren’t all these variables just components of everyday life?
The statistics prove it.
They claim that 43 percent of all first marriages end in divorce, 60 percent of second marriages the same way, and if you think about the third time as a charm, think again.
That divorce rate is 73 percent. I’m not a forensic expert, but it seems that we’re not doing things properly.
Sometimes it’s worth stopping and asking, what are we doing up together until now?
It’s worth trying to change something.
But you have to realize that to save the marriage, you’ll have to work hard. You may need to suck it off and expose yourself to the truth about your relationship.
Meanwhile, I’ll try to entertain you with the Should-I-Get-a Divorce Quiz. You know, funny questions might actually be helpful.
And remember (please, please), I don’t know if it is time for a divorce, it’s just a quiz. But maybe it gives you a better understanding of your marital status.
Well, Relax and Good Luck!
Stay Married or Get Divorced Quiz
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#1. Hearing him breathe bugs you
#2. You find panties in his car that are not yours
#3. He starts to wear toddler clothes and to spray in his bald spot
#4. He starts working late and not working on you (in the bed)
#5. Idea of making love to your husband causes your false headache
#6. You get mad when he plays video games
#7. He asks you to sign the papers (in financial language)
#8. Nothing makes sense… Ever felt that way?
#9. Do you trust him?
#10. Are you dating anyone else? Do you want to?
#11. You start to envy widows
#12. When did the problems start?
#13. Can you save your marriage?
#14. More importantly, do you want to save your marriage?
#15. How the hell can you do that?
As we reach the end of this engaging quiz, we must remember that it serves as a catalyst for self-reflection and exploration rather than a definitive answer to the question of whether to get a divorce. Relationships are complex, and the decision to stay married or pursue a divorce requires deep introspection, open communication, and sometimes professional guidance.
While divorce statistics may seem alarming, it’s important to recognize that they represent a range of circumstances and individual experiences. Every relationship is unique, and there is no one-size-fits-all solution. What matters most is your personal happiness, fulfillment, and well-being.
Regardless of the quiz results, it’s crucial to remember that you hold the power to shape your own destiny. Whether you choose to invest in mending your marriage or embark on a new path, trust yourself and prioritize your own growth and happiness.
Relationships can be incredibly rewarding, but they require effort, compromise, and a genuine desire to work through challenges. If your quiz results indicate a struggling marriage, consider seeking professional help, engaging in open and honest conversations with your partner, and exploring potential solutions. Remember that change is possible and that growth often arises from the most difficult moments.
On the other hand, if your quiz results suggest a happy marriage, cherish and nurture that bond. Celebrate the love, trust, and joy you share with your partner, and continue to invest in building a strong foundation for the future.
Ultimately, the decision to stay married or get a divorce is deeply personal and should be based on a holistic understanding of your circumstances, values, and aspirations. Embrace the journey of self-discovery and allow it to guide you toward a path that aligns with your authentic self.
May this quiz serve as a stepping stone in your journey of self-reflection and decision-making, and may it bring you closer to a future filled with love, happiness, and fulfillment, regardless of the path you choose. Trust yourself, be kind to yourself, and remember that you deserve a life that is true to who you are.