Internet use, patronising nicknames and dressing badly are all cited as reasons for splits in legal divorce documents.
‘Unreasonable behaviour’ was the reason for 54% of divorces last year, while adultery accounted for 13% according to Office of National Statistics
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Forget blazing rows and adultery, the real reason couples get divorced is because of their spouse’s irritating habits, according to recent research. Everyday annoyances are a more common reason for divorce than official reasons cited in legal documents. They can account for ten per cent of divorce cases which suggests that 13,000 marriages a year could be saved by changes in behaviour.