Many adults want to become parents. This often happens through a natural pregnancy. However, some people step into a parental role when they get married. Others may not have a prospective co-parent. And it is not uncommon for people to want to grow their family after they have taken preventative measures, or after their natural children have moved off to college.
Most people have watched the scene multiple times in the movies. A couple sits down with their children. She is crying. He fidgets awkwardly. Together, they explain to the children how much they love them. Although it may seem stereotypical, informing your children about your real-life divorce may not be that different than couples who do so on screen.
Not every marriage will survive. Even couples who seem to be made for each other will struggle to keep their marriage alive. As your marriage continues to struggle, you need to be on the lookout for different signs that could signal the end of your marriage. Let's take a look at how you can detect the possibility of a divorce in today's post.