For some people, the fact that their spouse wants a divorce is a shock. For other people, the signs have been there, but they simply haven't noticed them for one reason or another. Ohio residents might be interested in learning ways to decide if the marriage is too far gone to be saved.
An interesting fact to note is that approximately 66 percent of divorce petitions are filed by women. One of the signs in these cases that men might not realize is a sign that the woman is checking out emotionally is that the woman isn't nagging him like she previously did.
For some women, offering advice or giving feedback about situations is sometimes misconstrued as nagging. When a woman cares about her partner, she is going to do this quite often. When the woman stops nagging, that might be a sign that she isn't happy in the marriage. It could, instead, be a sign that she is done with the relationship.
By the time a woman stops nagging, she is hitting the point of no return. She is almost at the point where she won't turn back to the relationship. In some cases, she is so emotionally drained that she simply can't go back to the relationship.
Anyone who notices this type of situation occurring might need to learn about the divorce process. Getting answers to questions and knowing your rights prior to a divorce petition being filed might help to make an emotionally draining process a little less stressful than it would be if you were forced to go into it blindly.
Source: Care 2, "Is it Too Late to Save Your Marriage?" No author given, May. 27, 2014