It happens to the best of couples.
You start out deeply in love, and then, with the stresses of life, child rearing and career growth, you don’t spend enough time together.
You grow apart.
You start to get upset with one another and find flaws. (Ironically, often the traits that most endeared your spouse to you in the beginning are now the very traits you find most irritating).
It is at this point that many couples consider getting divorced.
According to Dr. Heller, a licensed psychologist in Massachusetts, “about 10% of all marriages end in divorce during the first five years and another 10% by the tenth year.”
Divorce can seem like the easy way out.