The desire to hold onto any relationship, especially marriage, is completely natural as empathetic humans. We desire to be safe and secure, and the thought of starting new can be quite intimidating. You may start to wonder if you’ve done enough work in order to keep the marriage stable, and if you’re throwing in the towel too easily. A good rule of thumb is to ask yourself if you were to leave at this moment, would you end up regretting not working harder to save your relationship?
- After a divorce, first comes shock, grief, and then eventually you will experience a sense of relief.
- Everyone has their own limit, whether it is one year or ten years. You will know when it is at it’s peak.
- Oftentimes, the things that you will regret most after a marriage is at its demise, is what you haven’t done.
“If you’re reading this, chances are you’re going through a crisis in your own relationship or marriage that makes you question if you should learn how to let go of a bad marriage and if you’ve had enough.”