Stonewalling is a serious red flag.
Getting married ranks high when it comes to the happiest days of a person's life. A wedding day, after all, is usually a joyous celebration and, one hopes, an indicator of what's to come. But sometimes fairy tales don't always end up like you imagined. After months of never-ending fights or failed sessions with a marriage counselor, finding the spark again seems almost impossible. When you've reached that point, you might find yourself thinking, “should I get a divorce?” or “is my marriage over?”
A number of things can weave a path straight to divorce: not putting in the effort to compromise, shutting down emotionally, pushing your partner away, and even seeking intimacy from an outside partner. Some of the signs you should get a divorce, however, are a lot more subtle and may take some time for you to see.
Here are some of the most common signs that it’s time to get a divorce, according to relationship experts.