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Unhealthy marriages may lead to divorce in Washington

Some Washington residents may feel that they are in an unhappy marriage. These feelings are understandable and have been felt by many individuals across the country. In some cases, parties may simply be going through a rough patch in their relationship that later gets resolved. In other situations, however, individuals may be in unhealthy relationships and may be considering divorce.

One sign that an individual may be in an unhealthy relationship is if he or she lies about the relationship when discussing it with others. By constantly stating that a relationship is fine when there are, in fact, serious problems, individuals may be trying to avoid facing the idea that their marriage may be going downhill. Outside parties may often observe when relationships are having difficult times, and lying about the situation when asked about it could point to a more serious issue.

If a spouse is constantly disrespecting, degrading or otherwise being overly critical to the other individual, this could also be a sign of an unhealthy relationship. Healthy relationships are often built on mutual respect, and if one individual begins verbally attacking the other on a regular basis, the relationship may need reconsideration. Verbal attacks are often considered a sign of abuse, and individuals may wish to seek help if they feel trapped.

Of course, there are multiple signs that could point to an unhealthy relationship, and only the individuals in that relationship can truly know what is going on. However, if an individual believes that he or she is being abused, feels the need to hide aspects of the relationship or take other defensive action, divorce may also be on his or her mind. If a concerned individual is interested in such proceedings, information on divorce proceedings in Washington may prove helpful.

Source: The Huffington Post, "8 Signs You're Stuck In A Toxic Marriage", Aug. 31, 2015

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