Top 10 Reasons For Divorce
As we strive to make things and processes simpler for an easy life, our relationships somehow are getting complex. We might have found breakthroughs at understanding our world better but the tapestry of daily life have been losing meaning. Especially marriage, one of the most celebrated relationships in human life, has turned into a trial-and-error experiment. Here we take a closer look at those factors that leave such revered relation robbed of its depth. Top 10 Reasons For Divorce

5. Lack of equality

Lack of equality Marriage is all about two equals. Any sort of inequality whether financial or in terms of household responsibilities can create rifts. Once the feeling of inequality creeps into a partner's mind it may become difficult to make it go away without a healthy communication between the two.

4. Losing self in the role playing

Losing self in the role playing When a baby comes into the life of a married couple, they quickly adapt themselves to the new role of being a parent. Somehow in the process they start missing out on the fact they are a couple. Over the time both partners may grow so apart that they may not find anything in common to share or talk about.

3. Finances

Finances Lack of finances may not be the root cause of divorce, but the difference of opinion on how and on what to spend money leads to troubled relationship. Especially if one partner is a spendthrift and other a saver, the arguments over money matters are totally unavoidable. Over time, these frictions increase to such extent that divorce seems the most practical way to sort it out.

2. Communication gap

Communication gap Lack of communication can infest any healthy marriage with worms of doubt, distrust, coldness and resentment. Given that women are usually more emotional and sensitive, they find it difficult to ignore stuff. And then the nature of bottling up!

1. Differences in personal and career goals

Differences in personal and career goals Having shared interests and exploring them together is essential for a successful marriage. However if the couples fail to find common interests whether personal or career related, they may start to grow apart. They will start living in their own shells and soon find that their marriage lacks meaning.


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