Here are 10 Simple, True-or-False questions to ask if you are considering divorce (a follow-up to my previous blog, “Should I get divorced?“):
- True or False. In the six months, my spouse has changed their exercise, dress and grooming regime to look younger or fitter.
- True or False. I have not had sex with my spouse in over one month.
- True or False. I suspect that my spouse is cheating.
- True or False. I can’t remember the last time it was “GOOD.”
- True or False. I can’t remember why I married my spouse in the first place.
- True or False. I don’t have access to the marital accounts, or the access that I have is very limited.
- True or False. I am currently involved in a romantic relationship with someone other than my spouse.
- True or False. My spouse has been diagnosed with a mental disorder/disease and fails to seek counseling or medical treatment.
- True or False. My spouse has an addiction to drugs, alcohol, porn, shopping that is ruining our family, but fails to seek treatment to address the addiction.
- True or False. We fight more than we laugh.
1-2 Questions TRUE= you are probably in need of some marital counseling or just a good old-fashioned date night with a heart to heart with your spouse.
2-5 Questions TRUE= Is this salvageable? Does your desire to make it work outweigh your exhaustion at trying to make it work? If so, then counseling plus a consult with a lawyer to know your rights is advisable.
Over 5 Questions TRUE= Contact me.
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