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Old 02-01-2013, 05:17 AM   #1
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Below is a list of the chief motivations that can manage and dictate the divorce process.
Avoid conflict because they canít handle the tension.
Want to prove that they have the biggest hurt.
Primarily interested in protecting themselves from their fears.
Only interested in moving on and getting away from the marriage.
Proving that they are the one who is right and competent.
Want to prove that they are independent and need no one.
Refuse to let go of the marriage.
Want the stimulation of the familiar emotional charge.
Seek to validate some idealized image like 'nice guy'.
Show everyone that no one will take advantage of them.
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All of these are spot on. Did you experience this stuff first hand? I notice that a lot of these characteristics were present in my sister’s marriage before they eventually split. They sought some counseling but that only worked for a while. I think each was at fault in their individual ways. The underlying common factor was that each had given up on trying to improve or work on their marriage. It isn’t the case with all divorces, but I think falling out of love does happen. And when one or both spouses begin to show some of the signs you have described, there’s usually a great chance that the marriage is heading towards divorce. Ultimately, I think it’s great that we are made aware of these characteristics and look for them in our own relationships. Sometimes it takes some deep soul searching but it’s good to admit what might be obvious to others.
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