It’s fair to say that most of the people I speak with are spouses, in my opinion. And among those ladies, many of them are dealing with a situation where their husband has already gone or is threatening to do so. Many of the spouses are offered a variety of justifications for this, such that the husband needs space, that he isn’t sure he still loves her, that he isn’t sure he wants to stay married, that he needs to assess his current life plan, etc.
The line he is feeding these women raises questions in the minds of many of them. There are occasionally comments made to the effect that “there are no fewer than eight wives in my office who have had their husbands leave in the last six months. The other day, we all got together and actually compared our husbands’ reasons for leaving. When a person says i hate my wife, in this case the wife should try to satisfy him.
Many used the excuse that they needed some time to assess themselves and what they wanted, but many of us feel that this is the most lame of excuses. Most of us feel that he is in a classic mid-life crisis and he is just looking to t
I have questioned these things to myself. I do have a few hypotheses. But all they are is my personal view. I can’t claim to have understood a middle-aged male’s mental process because I’m definitely not a man. But I do hear from many men who are considering leaving, have already gone, or are about to leave. Some of the same explanations for desiring to leave are given by even young guys. The reasons I think men actually divorce their marriages are listed below.
The Causes of a Midlife Crisis and How They Influence a Man’s Decision to Leave:
The midlife crisis is a fallacy, several men have told me. Since I honestly think it also affects young people, it’s possible that the way it’s written is a myth. But time and time again, I hear from or about men who reach a point in their lives where they start to doubt everything and wonder if this is really how they want to spend their remaining days.
By the way, similar queries are also acceptable from females of any age. These queries can be posed by young men. You don’t have to be middle-aged to be concerned about these things. However, for many people, middle age is when these worries start to affect them. I frequently hear from people that a man going through this may suddenly believe that he no longer loves his wife and that is the reason he must go. This isn’t necessarily true, in my opinion.
Men have admitted to me that they leave because they still adore their wives. They detest seeing her every day and realizing they are treating her unfairly. And they are aware that if they are with her every day, they won’t be able to assess how they are truly feeling since they will feel guilty because they care. Many people will claim that this is the coward’s escape, and I can understand why. However, a lot of the males are striving to uphold their own sense of self-identity while also acting morally.
They feel they simply cannot endure the situation any longer:
The aforementioned case was one where the husband wasn’t actually upset with his wife. His marriage wasn’t in trouble at all. He merely questioned whether it was sufficient given the stage of his life.
However, the spouse is often faced with a situation that he perceives as a potential deal-breaker. There can be a significant separation between the spouses. Alternatively, it’s possible that the husband believes his wife has done something so wrong that he will never again view her or the marriage favorably. Due to this thing, the husband can say i hate my wife.
There are numerous options available. But in this instance, there is unquestionably something that prompts him to leave. He may feel that this problem just cannot be resolved because the spouses do not get along any longer. Whatever the reason, he is convinced that leaving her will improve his life more than staying with her.