Common Causes of Divorce

If you’re considering a divorce or are simply interested in the state of your friend or family’s relationship, you might want to know the common causes of divorce. While there might be certain circumstances that have lead couples down this path, studies have shown that the list below is some of the most common causes for couples across the country. One common misconception is the infidelity is the biggest cause for concern, however, that doesn’t even make the list in the grand scheme of things.

5 Common Causes of Divorce

    1. Divorce begins with the beginning of your relationship. If you two people went into their marriage for the wrongs reasons, pregnancy, finances, or familial obligation, the relationship is often doomed to fail. That’s why it’s so important to choose a partner that you have spent time with and genuinely love.
    2. Sharing a mutual future is what a marriage is all about. It should come as no surprise when two don’t have a shared vision or goal for their future that their marriage won’t last. It’s important to start a relationship with someone that has similar financial, career, success, and life goals as your own.
    3. Intimacy is one of the most important aspects of a marriage. If one partner feels neglected, especially for long periods of time, this could lead to infidelity. However, infidelity is not the root of the problem, but rather a lack of physical and emotional connection that marriage needs to thrive and grow.
    4. Probably one of the most common causes of divorce in this list (that’s saying something) is financial problems. While you might be thinking this is due to a lack of money, it’s actually because of a difference in philosophy. If your partner is the polar opposite of you, when it comes to spending vs. saving, you might find yourself constantly at odds with them until divorce seems like the only way out.
    5. Make sure to gauge your partner’s conflict resolution abilities when you first start dating. It seems obvious but showing an inability to resolve conflict often ends in divorce. If you spend a lifetime with someone, it’s only natural that you will argue, even over small things. That’s why you need someone that can listen to reason and talk with you, through the situation.

Knowing all the common causes of divorce will help you avoid divorce, or at least find the right person for you the next time around.

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