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"I was married for 12 years before deciding I wanted to get a divorce. My husband and I were high school sweeties. He was the only guy I ever dated, had sex with, or kissed. He's all I knew. Twelve years into the marriage, I suddenly got an itch. I was 36 and starting to realize that maybe I was still young enough to start a new life. Maybe I could be single again and see what other guys were like? This came completely out the blue. The marriage wasn't bad. He wasn't a bad guy. I was just so bored with our relationship. It was the same things all the time. Same restaurants, vacations, and the sex was stale. Plus, we didn't have kids. I sat down with my husband one night and told him we needed to chat. I was so nervous. I told him that I wanted to end our marriage. I said that it would be a good idea for both of us to start over since our lives were boring and maybe we were better than boring. He literally couldn't believe what I was saying, but he told me that if I wanted a divorce he'd give me one. The next day, I went to research lawyers to hire, and I realized I didn't want to go through with this. Who was I kidding? I didn't even know how to date. I sat down with him again and told him I was going crazy. I suggested that we could just work on our relationship and make things more fun. It's been three years since that moment and we've both made an effort." Sarah G., 39 Related: 7 Signs Your Partner Might Be Having an Emotional Affair "My husband and I fight a lot. We have clashing Type A personalities. We fought when we were dating and we fought on our wedding day. We went to couples therapy, and the therapist suggested that we get a divorce because we agreed on less than a handful of things. We both decided that after being married for three years, we should split up. That was the only thing we didn't fight about! I think we both realized that our relationship wasn't healthy, and we were both too stubborn to fix it. Neither of us asked for the divorce, it was mutual. Since, clearly, we couldn't agree on how to split our assets, we got separate lawyers. Mine was going to cost $400 an hour and his was going to cost $350 an hour. Overall, it was going to cost us thousands of dollars to get a divorce. I think that we bonded over the fact that we were too cheap to get a divorce so we decided to stay together. That's what we decided to do. Our fighting has decreased, and we both make an effort to see the other person's side. It's only been a year since the almost divorce happened. But if in another year we're both miserable, we'll spend the cash." Lori G., 37 How do you know when it's time to break up? Here are 8 signs: "I loved my husband a lot. Then I found out he cheated on me with three women. I flipped out and threw his the grange oakley stuff out of the house. I was done with him. My best friend is a divorce attorney and helped me file for divorce. After working with her for a week, my husband begged to talk to me about what happened. I talked to him for three hours and listened to him apologize. He begged me to stay with him and said that he would get counseling. He tried to tell me that those women didn't mean anything and he knew he made a mistake. I don't know why I caved during that conversation, but I did. I called my friend and told her it wasn't happening. She wasn't happy with me because she thought I should get out ASAP. Now, two years later, I have made a dent in forgiving him. I don't think he has cheated since, but I'll never be 100 percent sure. I haven't forgotten about what he did, but I really love him and just want to make this work." Raquel S., 28 Get the latest health, weight loss, fitness, and sex intel delivered straight to your inbox. Sign up for our "Daily Dose" newsletter. "We had been married for eight years and had two kids. I didn't like the way my husband was raising our kids. He was the good parent, the one the kids turned to when I said no to things. He would say yes and make me look bad. This happened all the time. I got so angry with him for not having my back and being on the kid's side that it really started to damage our relationship. But he wouldn't change because he wanted the kids to like him. I told him that I wanted a divorce during a heated argument we had over letting the kids have friends sleep over. I screamed, in front of the kids, 'I want a divorce!' I stormed out of the house, got in my car, drove to my parents' house, and stayed there for a few days. I told my parents that I wanted a divorce and they made me realize that the only thing we argued about was parenting and that wasn't a good enough reason to split up. I realized that maybe I needed to change my parenting or that we needed to discuss things before making decisions about the kids. Anyway, three days after I screamed that out loud, I told my husband and kids I was sorry. Everyone took a while to forgive me, but I started trying to communicate better with my husband about parenting." Caty O., 41 "I wanted to get a divorce because I wasn't happy with my husband anymore. We had been married for 20 years, and I just had an epiphany one day that my life wasn't where I wanted it to be. I wanted to travel. I wanted more adventure and romance from my partner. Our kids were almost off to college, and I just didn't want to be a boring empty nester doing the same routine with my husband. My the little house oakley husband was not surprised when I told him. He could tell I was not happy with our lives. I gave up my career to raise our kids while he traveled for work for 15 years. He told me that he hoped I changed my mind and that he was really heartbroken. He ended up telling the kids that day. They were so upset they didn't speak to me for two months. I was halfway through the divorce proceedings when my kids staged an intervention and made a Powerpoint presentation on why their dad is great and I was making a mistake. I ended up changing my mind. It was really tough because my husband didn't forgive me for a while and wasn't sure if he wanted to keep our relationship going. Since this happened a year ago, we have been in couples therapy to address the issues and resentment that I was feeling. Our relationship isn't the best right now, but I'm doing this for my kids." Julie T., 51 Related: 7 Things Guys Do When They're Not Over Their Exes "I decided I wanted a divorce when I found out that my husband was addicted to gambling. I found one of our bank statements and saw the money gone, and he admitted he spent it gambling. We were both on our way to the courthouse to make the divorce official when he cornered me in the parking lot and begged me for a second chance. He promised me that he'd get help and get a second job to repay the $70,000 of our mutual money he spent on gambling. We literally were seconds away from signing the papers and being officially divorced. In that moment, everything changed. I felt so bad leaving him like that. He was really at rock bottom and needed help. I felt like I could help change him back to who he used to be. Now, four years later, he's made good on his promises: He got help and a second job to repay that money. He does not gamble anymore and he's slowly turning back into the man I met so many years ago." Gabrielle F., 42

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