Approximately one in five marriages that end in divorce are subsequently regretted by one or both divorcees.
There are lots why different reasons why marriages end.
•Sometimes divorce is amicable and the couple just realise they have grown apart and they would be happier living separately.
•There may be unresolved issues, either historical or external factors that have acted as significant stresses to the relationship. •Sometimes communication just breaks down and the couple are no longer able or willing to effectively share with each other how they are feeling.
•Maybe years of defensive behaviour against disrespectful or sarcastic behaviour has turned you into someone you don’t want to be.
The question you need to ask yourself is this. Is your break up honest? Have you both honestly reached a point where you feel that no longer being together is the only option? There may be a chance that either one of you or both of you still feel like there is life in your marriage but you just don’t know what to do to make it better, to put the happy back into your love life.
This is where relationship coaching is so important. A good relationship coach will help you look at all areas of your relationship, identify difficulties and strengths and work with you to set your goals and achieve them together.