This article interestingly highlights seven factors psychologists have identified as reasons people divorce. These are stated as infidelity, substance abuse, lack of commitment, conflict and arguing, growing apart, financial problems and marrying too young.
A key component in many of these issues is a lack in communication turning a difficult situation into a permanent breakdown in relationship. Seeking help to resolve issues early with appropriate professional help can be vital if a marriage is to be saved.
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Researchers either ask participants to choose from a list of potential reasons for divorce, or they ask participants to answer an open-ended question about why they divorced. A recent blog post on Psychology Today, by the psychologist Scott M. Stanley, for example, highlights several papers on people's reasons for divorce.