9 Reasons People Stay in an Unhappy Marriage

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  1. Sour Girl says:

    It’s better than being alone and socially isolated

  2. I checked boxes #1, #2, #3 for many years. Then when my nest was emptying, it was also my time to leave the nest. The thing that hurt the most was losing the extended family. My Ex was one of 4 close knit siblings. I miss the holidays with them the most, but life moves on and I am generally happier now.

  3. Alex_t says:

    I like the 12 reasons people stay in an unhappy marriage.

  4. belauriette says:

    Numbers 4, 7 and 9 all played a part in my initial hesitation, but I had to push through. I was miserable. In some ways, numbers 4, 7, and 9 did indeed come to pass and I survived. I am happier with myself now. That is the difference.

  5. fyidivorce says:

    This quote is puzzling to me,

  6. fyidivorce says:

    ““Never,” he said, squeezing my hand. And that was one promise he actually kept…” If he kept his promise how did things end up the way they did for you???

  7. TJ says:

    This is a really insightful post! I enjoyed how straight to the point each numbered item was. It was also really good because those reasons are right on the money. I am definitely going to follow you AND in a future post I am going to have a link back to your post. I welcome your visit to my blog site, and if you find it enjoyable, feel free to show your support however you deem fit. Thank you for this enjoyable read.

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