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Considering divorce in Maryland? Read this!

On Behalf of | Jan 21, 2014 | Divorce |

Divorce is not something that should be entered into without thought and reason. Getting married is a commitment, but in some cases there is just no way around it actually working out. For those Maryland couples that are considering divorce, there are signs that may make it easier to determine if the marriage is completely over.

One way that a spouse can determine if the marriage is headed for a divorce is when the good moments are now being outweighed by the bad moments. When problems are not dealt with, resentment starts to kick in, and that can lead to having more issues. There are not many people in the world who would truly be happy staying in a marriage where they are resented or where they resent the person they are married to.

Also, when a couple stops communicating altogether, it could be time to call it quits. When one spouse starts being critical, begins to use stonewalling tactics or is overly defensive when the other tries to express feelings or concerns, there is a problem. Communication is a big factor in resolving marital issues, and when one spouse spends more time avoiding any and all conflicts, it is a big sign that the marriage is possibly heading for a divorce.

Trying to figure out what to do when considering a divorce can be confusing and overwhelming. Having the help of someone experienced in dealing with a Maryland divorce, along with looking for these signs and being honest about what is really going on in the marriage, can make it easier to decide to end the marriage. If a person is not happy in their marriage, they should not continue to put up with being unhappy.

Source: The Huffington Post, 6 Signs Your Marriage Is Headed For Divorce, Cathy Meyer, Jan. 18, 2014