41% of first marriages in America end in divorce
Contemplating divorce is acknowledging something is not quite right in your marriage though bearing the hope that it can be fixed. Reaching that stage is gut wrenching as it equates to a sense of loss, generates angst and maybe guilt.
Knowing or suspecting your spouse is contemplating divorce is just as damaging emotionally, with even less “visibility”.
Either way, the eventuality of a separation or dissolution has made its way to your mind. You are uncertain of what to do to and who to turn to and have more questions than answers and less certitudes than ever before. Is it the fear of the unknown that is holding you back from honestly looking at your situation? Are you concerned about finances, children and confronting your spouse? Are you wondering what your recourse is in case your spouse files? Or just how the conversation should go about it?