Poor communication and inability to resolve conflicts effectively can lead to marital breakdown.
Extramarital affairs and trust violations are common causes of divorce.
Disagreements over money, debt, and financial responsibilities can strain a marriage.
A decline in physical and emotional intimacy can contribute to marital dissatisfaction.
Fundamental differences in values, interests, or life goals can make a marriage unsustainable.
Substance abuse problems, including alcohol and drug addiction, can harm relationships.
Physical or emotional abuse can lead to divorce for safety reasons.
Disagreements about child-rearing, discipline, and parenting roles can strain a marriage.
Feeling emotionally neglected or unfulfilled in the relationship can lead to divorce.
Insufficient emotional or social support from a spouse can contribute to marital dissatisfaction and divorce.