Divorce is something that many of us hear and see around us often now. It’s basically the legal or mutual process of a married couple to get separated from each other and dissolve their marriage. This process completely finishes the relation between husband and wife and they are free to live their individual lives the way they want to. They have no restrictions or formalities to carry each other’s name with theirs for the rest of the life after this.
However, is it always important? Is it always required that a couple going through one or the other problem in their married life must approach for divorce? Can things be sorted mutually? Is there any scope of improvement so that things can get back to what they were initially? If you too think of such questions and have your marriage in trouble, then there are points that you must ask yourself before finalizing on anything.
Points to analyze before finalizing on divorce
Find below some important questions that will help you understand whether you are ready for divorce or not.
- The first thing that you must try to understand is the main reason behind all the fights and arguments. Try to figure out if they can be sorted through discussions.
- Try to see if you’re your spouse has made attempts to cool down things in the past and if it’s just you who is blowing everything out of proportion.
- Has the whole procedure of fighting and then resolving things back to back frustrated you way too much?
- Do you still love the person or have any feelings for him or her? Do you feel the same for them as you felt when you got married?
- Can you imagine your life and existence without this person in the future?
- Whenever together, are there no mutual topics other than arguments and disagreements?
- Do you still have any intimate life? Do you still enjoy sex as you did in the past by taking up the sensation with an inflatable butt plug from loveplugs?
- Are you or your life partner involved in an extramarital affair?
- Do you regularly think about divorce or it’s just occasional?
- What do your children and family members have to say about this final step?
Go through such questions and give genuine answers for them in your heart to realise whether divorce is actually something you want or not.