All couples have their ups and downs. In fact, couples who are happy and those who are unhappy often face similar hardships. However, it is how these couples respond to these hardships that ultimately play a role in the overall survival of a romantic relationship. For some couples in New Hampshire, the relationship is sometimes so irretrievably broken that the only path to happiness for both people is through seeking a divorce.
There are a variety of different reasons that couples may turn to divorce. When many couples marry, they do so knowing that they have differences they must overcome. However, in the glow of a happy relationship, they are likely determined that they will be able to work together. As the years pass, each person will likely change as will their wishes regarding their relationship and their children, often making the couple incompatible. For example, if each person is from a different religion and the couple cannot come to an agreement regarding how children should be raised -- especially if one parent changes his or her mind -- the couple may be up facing a conflict they may have difficulty reconciling.
Another reason people choose to divorce is as a result of infidelity. With the creation and popularity of social media, both emotional and physical infidelity are a possibility and, perhaps, more accessible. Additionally, extreme situations such as an addiction or the loss of a child can place serious strain on a relationship, ultimately resulting in its end.
Regardless of the reason, most people in New Hampshire who have chosen to seek a divorce would likely claim that their decision was the best one. While an emotional and difficult choice to make, it is often the only way that two people will be able to have a happier future. Fortunately, professionals with experience with family law can help a person considering whether to end his or her marriage fully understand the process and the available options.
Source: today.com, "6 major reasons why people divorce", Bela Gandhi, Oct. 25, 2017