People can usually sense unhappiness in their marriage, which can make them question if they want to stay committed in that relationship. Therefore, looking for predictors of divorce can help you make an informed decision about the future of your marriage. here are seven predictors of divorce that you ideally should pay attention to so that you can not just seize control of your marriage but also make decisions on doing what’s best for you and your relationship.
Breakups and Scars
No matter at what point of a relationship a breakup happens it takes a toll on you emotionally. You could have been dating a person for some time or you could have been in a long relationship or you decided to call it quits after a few years of marriage, but the whole feeling that you could not make it work persists after the breakup.
Sometimes the scars can come from abuse in a relationship – a survey revealed 23 per cent of urban Indian women face domestic violence – it could come from emotional and financial abuse, unbearable interference from in-laws or mental or physical incompatibility.
Be it a marriage resulting in a divorce or two lovers breaking up, the end of every relationship comes with baggage. One needs to deal with that emotional baggage, heal and finally move on.
In this section Bonobology focuses on stories and articles that focus on Breakups and Scars.
Breakups are difficult and sometimes awkward. But something that’s even more awkward is figuring out what happens after the breakup. What are the general rules around it? Do you talk or do you just see through your ex like they don’t even exist? Or maybe something a little moderate, like ignoring them while not completely denying their existence?While there are no rules around it and you should do what you feel is the right thing to do, still, hear us out. What we are proposing here is to ignore your ex, and we’ll tell you why ignoring your ex is powerful.