Marriage’s ultimate goal is to stay together indefinitely, but this hasn’t always been the case. In fact, currently, divorces are likely to outnumber weddings. What is the reason for this? Why would someone marry their “everything” and then decide to escape in the near future?
There are several reasons why couples divorce after marriage, which we will discuss in this essay.
Infidelity is synonymous with unfaithfulness. It hurts a lot to watch or learn that the person who swore to be theirs is only hunting for attention or sexual intimacy somewhere else. It’s excruciating, and it simply serves to highlight the erring partner’s lack of love. Most people would rather be alone or find someone who is better than a cheater since they can’t stomach living with one.
Many people value their money. It evokes feelings of comfort, satisfaction, and security. When there is a lot of it, marriage is joyful and wonderful. However, if there isn’t enough of it, things can go wrong and promises can be broken.
This could be because one partner discovered their husband or wife wasn’t as affluent as they claimed, or because they lost everything they owned. It’s not always a good idea to marry for money.
3. LACK OF COMMUNICATION.
Communication is the foundation of each marriage. When people communicate, there is proper understanding, mutual respect, love, and peace. Bitterness, pain, and squabbling become the norm in its absence. Coexistence is difficult in such conditions since there is no love.
4. INCESSANT ARGUMENTS.
If you allow arguments in your relationship or marriage to become a frequent occurrence, it will eventually suffer. Most couples quarrel over insignificant issues. They quarrel over their own children, money, housework, and other issues. When it happens again, it can lead to hostility and a lack of understanding.
5. WEIGHT GAIN
When you marry someone because of their small body, it’s difficult to accept anything less. While I don’t think it’s right, I understand that you have to be attracted to something in your partner, and if that something is physicality, you should go to any length to keep it.
6. LACK OF EQUITY.
To be honest, many married couples overlook this important topic. Just because you’re married doesn’t mean you can’t help out around the house. Many marriages dissolve because one party believes the other is doing too much for them. It isn’t fair, and your partner may get resentful as a result.
7. LACK OF INTIMACY.
What do you think will happen if your partner is no longer sexually interested in you? Worst of all, when they want to talk to you about it and you ignore them. Marriage has no bearing on the importance of lovemaking. You should always try to meet your partner’s needs in this area, or they may look elsewhere.
EMotional and physical abuse can also encourage divorce. When you trample on your partner’s self-esteem and worth, there’s only so much your partner will accept. The same goes for physical abuse. If you beat them, you risk not just being arrested but also losing your relationship.