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3 Common Reasons for Divorce

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Everyone’s marriage is different, and the reasons that people fall in or out of love are complex. While most people who get married envision a lifetime of happiness with their partner, sometimes things do not turn out as planned. Problems effectively communicating with a spouse, disagreements about financial issues or incompatibility can all lead to divorce under certain circumstances.

  1. Communication Issues

Even couples who start out living together harmoniously may find that their ability to effectively communicate has eroded. Being able to work through everyday problems together and come to a solution is a huge part of a healthy marriage. If spouses are not able to come together and respectfully discuss issues together, then it is a big problem. Chronic, serious disagreements can lead to a contested divorce Tampa, which can be stressful.

  1. Disagreements About Money

Money plays a big role in people’s lives. No matter what income bracket a married couple is in, it is important that they agree on money matters. Even if a couple has more than enough money to live comfortably, if they cannot agree on what purchases to make, there will be problems. Spouses should agree on major purchases and long-term financial goals because if they do not, then that can lead to problems in the relationship.

  1. Incompatibility

People change over time. Spouses who have been together for decades are not usually exactly the same as they were the day they wed. Personalities may change as people grow and mature, and hobbies, interests and social groups evolve. If one spouse develops a passion for a certain type of lifestyle and the other person is not interested, then they may not be able to resolve the issue with a compromise.

Not every divorce happens because of an infidelity or a grand event. Oftentimes two people realize over time that they are no longer happy and want to end the relationship. While it is not a pleasant experience to go through, both spouses may find that they are better off without the marriage.

Eddie Nobles

The author Eddie Nobles