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Divorce Statistics to Be Aware of in 2020

Being in a relationship is a beautiful thing, and it’s even better if you end up getting married to your soul mate. Signing the papers takes your relationship to a new level. Wearing a wedding ring binds you forever, and saying the vows signifies that your love will last for good. You can plan a life with your significant other, have a wonderful family, and grow old together.

Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. Divorces have always been a hard thing to talk about, and even harder to go through. Even though you may not think about getting divorced from the love of your life, sometimes that’s the only sensible thing to do. Divorce statistics state that almost 45% of first marriages in the US end in divorce.

The most common reasons for getting a divorce are infidelity, conflict, and lack of commitment. Other reasons include high expectations, lack of equality, and domestic violence. More than half of divorced people blame their partners for a divorce. When it comes to the price of divorce in the US, it costs about $15,000 per person. 

As if the price isn’t enough, you’ll also have to deal with the emotional trauma of divorce. Just like the marriage itself was exciting and made you happy, divorce could be stressful and turn your world upside down. You need to realize that these emotions are normal and that you should cut yourself some slack. After the divorce, you’ll probably feel like you’ve lost hopes and dreams for the future together with your partner. But you shouldn’t feel that way. 

If, by any chance, you have kids, keep in mind that they too feel confused, angry, and lost. Be honest with them, discuss what’s going to happen, and encourage them to talk about how they feel. Keep the daily routine as it was, but still do your best to include both of you in their lives. Read more about the divorce statistics and facts to familiarize yourself with the reasons why you or someone you know might want to end their marriage.

Infographic URL: 2date4love.com/divorce-statistics/