Life can occasionally place us in unfavorable situations, such as the divorce of someone close to us. Divorce in Europe is handled through a legal procedure, with one of two options: divorce for valid grounds or divorce by both spouses' consent. Both spouses must be present during the divorce procedure. However, visiting a legal office and sharing products is not part of the script when you dream of love, as it is in fairy tales.
What causes divorce, and how can I avoid it?
Divorce cannot always be avoided, but there are certain things you may take to improve and strengthen your marriage.
1. Perhaps you shouldn't move in.
It's recommended for young people to live together for a while before getting married, to see how they get along in private.
Researchers feel that people who stay together before marriage are more likely to petition for divorce.
2. Don't be in a hurry, but don't be in a hurry either!
Researchers feel that the odds of a divorce for a couple in a medium-term relationship (2 and a half years) are quite low. Things aren't looking so good for those in a hurry to get to the altar, but also for those in a hurry to get to the marital status!
3. Wait till the appropriate age comes along.
According to statistics, if you marry after the age of 25, your marriage will endure considerably longer than if you marry before this age!
According to statistics, individuals who marry before the age of 20 have a divorce rate of 48%, while those who marry after the age of 25 have a divorce rate of 24%.
4. Argue, but keep your head up!
Arguments are normal in any relationship, and if you don't argue, it doesn't imply you love one other unconditionally! On the contrary, it indicates a communication breakdown and that harmful energies are not being removed from the body! Furthermore, how you dispute leads to an ultimate separation, not the quarrels themselves!
According to the researchers, divorce may be predicted based on how the spouses treat each other and how helpful their interactions are during intense debates. You must avoid criticizing, dismissing, or rejecting the other person's point of view. Even though it seems challenging, try to lift people's moods with jokes and kind words.
5. Share your interests and activities!
You both have traits, weaknesses, hobbies, and things you particularly enjoy! On the other hand, Exaggerating would result in you not supporting each other and feeling lonely in two! Instead, discover mutual interests and activities that you both like to boost your relationship! Share not only the most strenuous duties, such as dishwashing, cleaning, or cooking but also the most pleasurable activities, particularly in intimacy, such as massage and beautiful whispers! If you go too far, you will have a whole different life. Learn to reconnect by engaging in a pastime or activity that both of you like.
6. Respect yourself and be as adaptable as you were at the start!
Let's be honest! Sometimes we treat the people we care about the least. We don't even recognize it because we're confident they'll always be there for us and love us, especially when you're connected to that marriage certificate. Some argue that it makes no difference! Don't you believe it's more polite to say "please" and "thank you" than to criticize or offend? Is violence the leading cause of divorce, according to figures from the Superior Council of Magistrates? It is about numerous types of violence: verbal, physical, sexual, and psychological (blackmail, denigration, ignorance, abandonment, isolation).
7. Issues? Solicit assistance!
Perhaps one of you has troubles at work, is depressed, or has gone astray! If you do not take these small actions seriously and are not accountable as a couple but merely as individuals, you will undoubtedly take steps toward divorce.
But how can I overcome depression if I'm divorced?
Divorce is not just the separation from the person you thought was your half, but it is also the separation from a part of your past! It's a loss and a shock right now, no matter how tough you are. Because you do not depict your future, it is human nature to value what you have had and lost more than what you may acquire in the future. Post-divorce sadness can emerge when you are unable to compensate for the loss you have experienced and, as a result, unintentionally obstruct the route to any means of reconstructing your present.
It is also true that women do not have the same psychological resources as males, so they prefer to focus on the history of the relationship, looking for explanations, probable causes, blunders, and problems that have not been handled on time. As a result, women are prime candidates for depression.
However, some more aggressive women seek to obstruct their ex-life husbands and blame and accuse, transferring tension to the opposition camp to shield themselves from sadness.
Unfortunately, every woman suffers from depression following a divorce, to varying degrees.
Focusing on oneself is one of the most excellent remedies for a freshly divorced lady. The most critical step is to reestablish emotional equilibrium by rejecting all unhappiness and emotional relics of the previous relationship, no matter how vivid their recollections are. It is preferable to analyze the last relationship during a period of calm and clarity rather than during a period of worry or emotional instability. It is critical to learn from your own mistakes and understand what caused this breach to know what to repair and avoid in the future.
Divorce may be a solution as well as a problem!
Consider that you are a grown man who is accountable for his actions, so if you divorce, it implies that you made a necessary decision at your own risk! Do not attempt to blame yourself, mainly because the divorce resulted from the relationship and the couple's inability to continue in a severe and aggravating condition for both spouses!
Divorce may be a solution rather than a problem! But, on the other hand, it may be a solution to a peaceful life, a fresh beginning with someone who merits you, and the chance to confront unpleasant realities that strengthen you as well as areas of your life and conduct that need to be addressed!
Take notice! You are a strong, persistent lady with a lot of love and lovely memories to share!