This is an interesting read about what can be a fine line between a person choosing to stay in their marriage or consider divorce.
A common juncture can be around the 3 year mark when the honeymoon phase has passed and couples are dealing with the transition to parenthood.
However, working through marital problems and keeping interests outside of marriage that contribute to keeping individual's passion and self worth alive through friendships, hobbies and work can be the key to an enduring and happy marriage.
How do you know when to sever a long marriage that has been withering for months, or even decades? This is a popular question I get from readers. The queries used to come mostly from younger wives who were dealing with new babies and new spouses, all at once. Because of the tough transition from honeymoon bliss to real-time marriage, a common juncture for divorce is at the two to three-year mark.