Came upon an interesting term yesterday called "Emotional Divorce", which 'is a psychological mechanism some spouses use when they feel the marriage has become a threat to their well-being. When you divorce yourself emotionally from your spouse, you have separated your emotions from the marriage'. Sounds terribly like the state of many marriages I see around me. People stick around with their spouses just for the sake of kids, financial dependence or social convenience. When all emotion has left the equation, what do you think such parties of a marriage should do?
July 13, 2017