Almost everyday, I talk to someone whose marriage is in crisis. They often feel desperate, exhausted and alone. It’s a heartbreaking scenario when the dreams of “Happily Ever After” are crushed, and in the midst of all the pain and confusion, it is nearly impossible to think clearly about what next steps to take.
People who choose to get divorced have often endured years of frustration and exhaustion, but the problem is, we tend to make our worst decisions when we’re exhausted and frustrated. These questions below can help you approach these major life decisions with more clarity.
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Divorce is way too big a decision to make lightly or emotionally, so please take the time to think through what you do next. There are some circumstances where divorce may be the best remaining option as I explore in my post on 3 signs your marriage is over, but in the vast majority of circumstances, fighting for the marriage is the better option. For anyone considering Divorce as an option, I would strongly encourage you to ask yourself these questions:
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