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The research, commissioned by lawyers Slater & Gordon, also revealed one third of the women studied had considered ending their marriage.Women were most likely to cite a fear of being unable to cope financially as their biggest reason for not separating, while men were most worried about the impact it would have on the family. It would have too big an impact on the family/ need to stay together for the kids 5. “There is still a prevailing attitude in society that you should stay together no matter how unhappy you are," said Amanda Mc Alister, head of family law at Slater & Gordon. I wouldn’t be able to sustain myself financially 6. “Obviously divorce should always be the last course of action a couple takes, but the idea of hundreds of couples staying together despite being miserable because they worry about struggling financially is really sad to hear." She added: “The reality is that divorce can be a liberating experience and studies have shown that children are happier if their parents are happy.” Top 10 reasons for putting off divorce include: 1. I wouldn’t want to leave my home or have to sell the family house 7. One quarter of married people are no longer ‘in love’ with their partner, 15% wish they had married someone else altogether and three in10 have considered ending their marriage or spending time apart. When quizzed on the cause of unhappiness in their relationships responses differed between men and women.Men blamed a frustrated sex life, while women said they had ‘too little fun’ and ‘too much worry over money’.So your partner has said ‘I love you but’, has been having an affair or you’ve been arguing so much it’s been affecting the kids.Your partner wants a trial separation but you’re worried that’s just a nice way of saying ‘it’s over’. Instead of everything ‘magically’ going away, as I’d hoped, I’ve found myself agreeing to a ‘trial separation’ and to ‘work on the marriage’…but at a distance.
The beginning of the unhappy romance An unhappy marriage is the slow accumulation of annoyances, pain, bitterness, ego and miscommunication that burdens the romance.They either disappear when they start to feel panicky about the fact that you will want, need, and expect in line with the great show they have been putting on.Or…they just revert to the ‘real them’, ripping the rug from under your feet and replacing hot with cold and someone who you barely recognise. People who engage in Fast-Forwarding are Future Fakers, whether they directly do it by talking up a storm about plans or do it indirectly by behaving so intensely and putting so many demands on you (emotional, sexual, wanting to be with you all the time), that they let you believe that the level of intensity you are experiencing is what is on offer.After all, it’s easy to ignore something instead of dealing with the mess of having to fix something when you’re not sure what you need to do.And even worse, at times, you may convince yourself that all relationships are doomed to mediocrity and self-satisfaction.