Why people are avoiding talking to their partners. The most common reason will be discussed People get married hope to love each other “till death does them part.” In the modern world, we should add, “or until we get sick of each other.” Because we believe in personal choice and responsibility and we aren’t against divorce.
People should have the right to choose their path, make mistakes, and be responsible enough to fix it. Marrying someone is a big decision, but it doesn’t always turn out for the best, and divorce is one way of dissolving it.
Bad marriages don’t happen overnight, there are week-long marriages from people who jumped the gun too early (or too drunk), but for most people who did get married the usual way, there are warning signs before it happens.
One of the visible signs your relationship is on the rocks is when you stop talking to each other. Communication is a vital piece of any relationship. Once you start avoiding it, then things can only go downhill from there.
A couple should share their honest thoughts with each other to deepen their bond. Once one or both partners stop doing it, they are consciously or subconsciously refusing to strengthen the bonds between them.
When regular communication between the couple involves a lot of shouting, profanities, and argumentum ad hominem and nothing gets resolved in the end. Fighting all the time is the most common reason why couples stop talking to each other. They know that once they open their mouths, it ends up in a huge argument. So they avoid saying anything and leave each other alone.
A marriage is promising a number of things to each other and the world. One of the more important promises is faithfulness. We don’t need to discuss that in detail, we all know what fidelity is and what it should be.
If you’re married, you purposely avoid getting into situations that could lead to misunderstandings. If it does get to that point, you do what you can to keep your vows. You are aware that cheating could lead to problems that no happily married person would want to involve themselves.
Cheating leads to feelings of guilt. If discovered, it leads to a cluster of problems that could affect a lot of people, especially children. A happily married person wouldn’t do anything to cause such a problem on purpose.
A dissatisfied married person may think otherwise. They would begin entertaining thoughts of infidelity; some would even go ahead with it.
It is normal for couples to argue from time to time. Well, anyone in any sort of relationship gets into little conflicts. It happens between you, your spouse, friends, family, and even your best friend. It’s just part of life and human nature. But when arguments start to get more frequent and violent, then that’s a whole different issue. It also creates a love issue in their life. It’s hard to define “frequent,” but it is easy to define violent.
If you and your partner stopped talking to each other and are no longer sexually engrossed to each other it may lead to divorce. If you still are interested in having sex, then a marriage based on sex could still work long enough to defeat it. It’s doubtful, but there is still an expectation. Think about marriage counseling to help out you to solve your problems.
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