A part of you feels terrified to take the giant leap and begin the process, while the other side is just as fearful to remain where you are.
Leaving a marriage can be terrifying. The longer you were married the more distressing it is to think about divorce.
|Choosing to divorce means that you are also saying good-bye to the future that you believed you would have. This brings a whole new set of thoughts!Consider the following quote when deciding Should I Stay or Leave My Marriage?
Regardless what your situation is, you may be asking yourself, “Should I get a divorce?” … No one can answer this question for you.
I have compiled a list of questions for you to deeply consider before walking down the path of divorce. Regardless how amicable the divorce is - it will not be pain free.
These questions will help you to realize if you are clinging onto the familiar, are illusioned about the state of your marriage (or husband) and if you are ready to move forward with little to no regrets. It’s so important to gain clarity on what is best for you right now. If you are not ready to divorce, then it is best to accept that you are not ready and stop torturing yourself emotionally with the question, “Should I stay or leave my marriage?”
You are in some immense pain right now. You probably have many SLEEPLESS nights and wonder if there’s life out there - beyond the world as you know it right now. Somewhere, deep inside of you - you know the answer … It all depends upon the amount of pain you have and how ready you are to release that pain …
Have you ever said the following:
- My husband is no longer my friend.
- I feel like I’m in this marriage alone.
- He only pays attention to me when he wants sex.
- He doesn’t care about anyone but himself.
- We are like two ships passing in the night.
These are all clues that you are very alone in your marriage. However, they don’t necessarily spell divorce. Sign up below to get the free report, “50 Questions to ask yourself to know if you should stay or leave your marriage.”