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Should I Stay or Should I Go

by Kristen Hilty

If you’re asking yourself this question, you’ve already made an important step. Regardless of your decision, you have acknowledged something isn’t right in your marriage and that you’re unhappy. It’s OK to sit with this question for as long as you need: You’re making one of the most important decisions of your life.

If you decide to stay, communication with your spouse is one of the most important factors: What do I want in a relationship? What does my spouse want? Are they still the same? Were they ever? Do we want to put in the hard work to try together and move forward? Can we? A therapist or counselor can help with these conversations, as can online resources or books. But BOTH parties need to be willing to have the conversation and agree to move forward together. You need to be sure both of your needs are met. If not, you’ll most likely end up in the same situation at a different time.

If you’ve asked yourself these questions, or tried, or your spouse isn’t willing or able to move forward with you in a way that makes both of you happy, then you may know your answer but not how to proceed. A free consultation with a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst/Mediator can help you organize your thoughts and talk through every option available to you.
We have both personal and professional experience with divorce and mediation. We understand the emotional toll just getting to this point has taken. We are here to help with questions, guidance, and support.

Contact Better Divorce Solutions today for your complimentary consultation.

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