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Narcissism, communication issues could point to divorce

Many budding relationships often seem as if nothing could go wrong. New York residents who have found love may feel like they will be with their significant other for the rest of their lives and that their love will sustain them. Unfortunately, relationships and people can change over time, and many individuals come to notice the indicators that may signal that divorce is on the horizon.

For one individual, her red flag for a dissolving relationship was her inability to have an opinion. In the beginning, her spouse had made her feel as if she was not respecting him when it came to making family decisions. As a result, she ended up withholding her thoughts in favor of allowing her spouse to voice his.

She stated that after this happened, her husband felt the relationship was perfect. However, once she began to again voice her opinions, the marriage dissolved. The woman believes that her husband's narcissistic personality contributed to the issues. Additionally, any type of communication problems within a marriage could prove contentious and lead to marital problems that are difficult to face.

When it comes time to potentially end a relationship, the cause can be different from couple to couple. No matter the reason, dealing with divorce can be a difficult situation for anyone. In order to find the best method for dealing with such a considerable life change, New York residents may want to assess their specific circumstances and determine what avenues may work for them. Additionally, enlisting the assistance of experienced attorneys could help interested parties better understand the applicable legal proceedings.

Source: Reader's Digest, "5 Divorcees Reveal the Red Flags That Their Marriage Was Doomed", Jenn Sinrich, Sept. 14, 2017

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