Marriages require two people, but it rarely has so few influences. When two people merge their lives, lots of factors can affect the marriage and each person in it. If you are thinking about a divorce, or are in the midst of one, you know how hard it can be at first glance to untangle the other person's life from your own. In all reality, not all things can be 'untangled' so to speak, from each other.
This is especially true when you and your soon-to-be ex-partner have children together. The truth is that a child's parent will always be a part of their life; thus, a part of yours. Additionally, for those who's finances have been combined, separating the assets and liabilities during property division can be initially daunting. In a tell-all, men who are divorced revealed the moment that they knew their marriage was over.
In the exposé, many men recently revealed the moment that they knew their marriage was over. For some, it was a financial moment in which a partner deceived or made large financial decisions without them. For others, it was the moment when a questionable action was made in front of the children that put the person or the marriages' shortcomings on full display. There were other reasons that ultimately led men to the emotions and realization of divorce.
It is likely that women have also had similar realizations when they realized their marriage was over. However, the men's perspective isn't as widely heard, so it's interesting to hear about their moment of clarity. Whatever the circumstance, divorce is often a much-needed action that must be taken for those who believe their marriage is over. Divorce can be the beginning of something great.