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Uncivil interactions may signify impending divorce in New Jersey

On Behalf of | Sep 4, 2015 | Divorce

There are many times throughout a person’s life when he or she may feel unhappy. In many cases, unhappy feelings may be attached to a fleeting situation or event, and the person may begin to feel happy again later. Other individuals may face more difficult circumstances, and their marriage may be something that makes them unhappy. In such situations, New Jersey residents may consider divorce.

One sign that a marriage is unhappy is if an individual often daydreams about leaving his or her spouse. These daydreams may bring about a momentary sense of relief, as some individuals may believe that their lives could truly be better if they were not in their current relationship. These fantasies are often brought about due to other marital issues that lead to individuals feeling the desire to leave. 

One issue that may lead to such feelings is if individuals no longer civilly interact with their spouses. They may argue constantly and begin acting petty in order to get a rise out of the other individual. They may also lose consideration for sensitive subjects and bring up such topics in further efforts to cause emotional pain. This is a clear sign that individuals are likely not happy in their marriage and are creating an unhealthy environment. 

Living in an unhealthy situation can cause physical and emotional problems for all of those in that environment. This means that each spouse and any children involved could face considerable stress, anxiety, possible heart problems caused by stress and other serious issues. If some New Jersey residents are considering leaving their current marriage situations, they may wish to explore divorce options in order to work toward a healthier and happier life.

Source: The Huffington Post, “8 Signs You’re Stuck In A Toxic Marriage“, Aug. 31, 2015


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