Daily Archives: December 4, 2017

3 Signs Divorce Might be the Right Solution

Angry couple not looking at each otherMost married couples, even when faced with problems, strive to keep divorce out of the picture. However, some relationships become so hurtful and unhealthy that divorce surfaces as the best solution.

When do you know it is time to say “it’s over” to a marriage that you once thought as a “happily ever after?”

There seems to be no way to resolve conflicts anymore

There is no doubt that communication is the best way to salvage a sinking marriage. However, what if it has gone to the point that there is no sense in talking things out anymore because the couple only hears and not truly listens to each other’s woes? What if communication has only become a way for couples to disrespect each other?

If couples are not willing to settle and compromise on each other’s differences by way of communication, then there is no way left to resolve conflicts, say The Law Offices of Ian S. Mednick, P.C. and other divorce attorneys in Long Island.

Both parties feel so exhausted when together and but are so full of life when apart

One of the indications that divorce is just around the corner is when couples avoid any matters involving each other but are highly interested in matters outside of marriage. Thus, they devote themselves to spending too much time with their kids, at work, with friends or with somebody that is way too fun than their spouses.

Since distractions are around, or couples choose to be around these distractions, there is no time for reconciliation and to rekindle the marriage’s fire. This can be an avenue for disinterest, indifference, or worse, cheating.

Marriage counseling can no longer save the relationship

If couples cannot solve their marital problems themselves, they turn to marriage counseling. But if after a considerable amount of time and no progress has been made through marriage counseling, then maybe your relationship has become beyond repair.

Divorce is an unfortunate and unwanted phase every married couple avoids. But if it has come to a point that it has taken its toll on you, then maybe it is time to consider it.