Nobody expects a marriage to be awesome all the time. We’ve all been told you have to work at your marriage and that there are good times and bad but what happens when you realize you’re miserable in your marriage?
The thought of being like my mom and being miserable in a marriage and being a miserable, mean mother outweighed facing motherhood as a single parent. ~ Ann
Ann and her husband had been together for 18 years when they separated and she was pregnant with their first child. The unexpected pregnancy caused her to examine her marriage and realize that she had been unhappy for several years and it wasn’t likely to get better.
The Divorce Coach Says
When you’re weighing up ending your marriage it can be very helpful to examine where your beliefs about marriage and divorce came from and then to ask yourself if these beliefs hold true given your own personal, firsthand experience. And just as Ann did, look at how your own upbringing is influencing you.
If you’re struggling with this decision, then my free audio program, “What You Need To Know About Deciding To Divorce” may help. You can access the program here.