The decision to seek a divorce is a difficult one for some to make. Couples have hundreds of different reasons to stay in an unhappy marriage -- children, the hope that the other person might change or the perception that a divorce is an admission of failure. However, many people in Mississippi who have stayed in an unhappy marriage assert that finally making the decision to seek a divorce was the best decision for themselves and their family.
Most anyone who has been married know that it is naturally a struggle at times. There are times of dispute and unhappiness that couples will eventually work their way through. However, there are other people who have reached a point of no return -- a point that the marriage will never be happy, and there is little, if anything, that they will agree on. Unfortunately, some people will stay in such a marriage to protect their children. However, some would argue that being a witness to an unhappy marriage might be more detrimental to a child’s emotional well-being than having divorced parents.
According to some who have experienced a divorce, there are several signs that may indicate a divorce might be in the best interest of the couple. While some couples might be able to recover from infidelity, for others it was a sign that the relationship had come to an end. A divorce might also be a good option for couples who lead two separate and distinct lives or who can not seem to agree on anything.
While no one wants to see a Mississippi marriage fail, many people have spent many miserable years with a person that they have no future with. Instead of symbolizing an end, a divorce can actually signal a beginning to a new, happier life. Seeking out advice and guidance from someone who is experienced in family law may be the first step to ensuring future happiness.
Source: The Huffington Post, "Is It Time to Get a Divorce?", Honoree Corder, June 17, 2014