If You Nearly Got Divorced But Decided To Remain Married Instead, Tell Us The Reasoning Behind Your Choice

Marriage can be filled with ups and downs, and there may be times when you feel like divorcing is the best thing for both you and your spouse.

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In some cases, divorce is the most suitable decision for couples. However, amid a period in which separating is contemplated, having a change of heart is entirely possible.

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If you were ever thinking about divorcing your significant other but ultimately didn't go through with it, we want to hear from you.

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Perhaps you were close to filing for divorce, but your partner was willing to make healthy changes necessary for the relationship to endure, so you stayed in the marriage.

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Maybe you opted not to end the union once you recognized how you and your spouse had established a strong foundation together that could survive many setbacks.

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Or, it might be that splitting from your S.O. just didn't feel like the right move after considering how much commitment, love, and respect is present in the relationship.

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If you ever thought about pursuing a divorce but chose to remain married in the end, please tell us why you came to this conclusion in the comments below. Your submission could be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Community post.