This is a big question that I am often asked about. Many people struggle with the concept of leaving an unhappy marriage because they are thinking of their kids. In my experience with clients, I can tell you that it’s not worth it. If you know that this marriage is not going to work but you stay together for the sake of your kids, your kids are going to pick up on the negative energy and tension, and they will suffer.
I want to reiterate that I am not writing this article to tell you to move on OR to tell you to try to save your marriage. I want to give you an overview of the elements to take into consideration to help you make the choice that is right for you.
Just try to take a step back and start by weighing the pros and cons. If you’re still on the fence and you’re still wondering, “Is marriage worth saving,” I encourage you to take a pen and a paper and actually create two columns. Weigh the pros and cons.
Why would it be worth it to move on, let go, and ultimately find someone else to make you happy? Why would it be worth it to salvage this marriage? Look at it from YOUR point of view. Not your spouse’s, not your children’s, not your mom’s or your dad’s… It all begins with you, and this is why I stress the importance of not making a decision based on panic or emotions.
Can my marriage be saved: The bottom line
At the end of the day, the answer to this question is going to depend on you. You can reach out to me and tell me the details of your story, and I can help you find clarity and tell you what I would suggest, but you are the only one that can make the right decision.
The right decision can be made when you:
1 Determine whether or not you’re willing to fight to save this marriage
2 Do not let fear guide your decision-making process
3 Analyze the situation from YOUR point of view
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I sincerely wish you all the very best in love and life,
Your coach when you’re wondering “Is marriage worth saving”