All New Hampshire couples believe it’s forever when they take their wedding vows. However, divorce is more common than many people think. These are some of the most common reasons for divorce.
Domestic violence is never acceptable. When one spouse continuously abuses the other physically, emotionally or in any other way, it shows that they lack respect for them. If someone truly loves you, they want to protect and not hurt you.
When one spouse cheats on the other, it’s the ultimate betrayal of their marriage. Infidelity breaks down the relationship’s bonds, leading to a lack of trust. When there’s no trust, it’s impossible to remain married.
Lack of intimacy
Married couples need physical and emotional intimacy to keep their relationship strong. A lack of intimacy can take its toll on both partners and send a message that they don’t care enough to enjoy that kind of closeness. Showing affection shows your spouse that you love them and want to be close to them.
Substance use disorder
Although many couples can weather the storm of a substance use disorder, not all can save their marriage. Some people can’t deal with their spouse’s addiction and end up seeking a divorce.
Money is a huge issue of contention for many couples. If one person is a spendthrift or racks up large amounts of debt, it can take its toll on the marriage. Couples who frequently argue about finances often end up in divorce.
Divorce is difficult, but sometimes, it’s necessary. Some circumstances make it better to part than stay together.