After All Is Said and Done

I’ve long come to accept the reality that not all marriages or relationships are redeemable. That is, it seems, this is so up to a certain ultimate fracture point. Hope is always seeing what really is, after a reasonable period of time, efforts, and even prayer.

Of course, divorce is optional. It’s not mandatory. Every relationship is unique and has a specific context. However, the following below I always witness in my practice as tipping points towards divorce or separation … after all is said and done.

* Continuing deception, lies, and relationship with an adultery partner
* Sexual immorality, promiscuity
* Protracted breakdown in communication
* Lack of trust
* Deceit in finances and outside activities
* No shared interests
* Lack of respect
* Physical abuse
* Severe verbal abuse
* Abandonment

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