Wait. Hold on a second. Before you form an opinion about the topic here, please note some of these facts stated by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence in the United States of America,
“On average, nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the United States”
“1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have been victims of [some form of] physical violence by an intimate partner within their lifetime”
What we have to say will now make more sense to you. When you have this amount of violence existing amongst two people who love each other, the last and possibly the worst way out is getting divorced and parting ways. If you’re a victim of violence, please understand what your rights are and act on them. This is the age of the internet and there plenty helpful material online to help women getting divorced.
Let’s also clear here that one should not go so far until you are completely sure about why you are getting divorced. Sometimes, many ways of creating harmony exist but in our rage, anger and being stuck in a situation, we are unable to see how to get out of it without getting divorced. Get a third point of view, counsel and then come to a conclusion. For your understanding, we’ve jotted some paramount reasons why getting divorced is now the only option left for you,
5. There is no hope for reconciliation
You’ve talked multiple times and now you’re at a dead end. You can’t see any way out. He doesn’t listen to you. He responds callously. He doesn’t pay heed to what you have to say. If you feel like you’re talking to a wall and no one is answering you back, then yes, the last option for you is to get divorced. You can’t live in an abusive relationship all your life.