Unhappy married women chat
Millions of individuals are stuck in an unhappy marriage but will not walk away for fear of financial or emotional hardship, research has revealed.
The study, which polled 2,000 married people, showed that one fifth feel 'trapped' and would only divorce if financial security was guaranteed.
However, the biggest long-term damage comes from their internalizing what they see modeled.
It is the parental modeling that years later leads to the 26-year-old mother handling conflict with her husband by screaming at him, or her husband handling conflict by bullying. At an intuitive level, they don’t know any other ways of resolving family conflict.
Men blamed a frustrated sex life, while women said they had ‘too little fun’ and ‘too much worry over money’.
The subtle signs of an unhappy marriage A marriage or a happy relationship never falls apart for one reason.
More often than not, even if you’re stuck in a marriage that doesn’t give you happiness, you’d choose to ignore the red signs.
The issue for the children’s health and development is not whether the parents are together or apart, but how well they handle conflict.
If separating gives them space to cool down and co-parent with mutual respect, the children, as children, will be better off than when their parents were together.