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acaulder's avatar

Should I get divorced?

Asked by acaulder (16points) March 26th, 2008 from iPhone

flirt addictions

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18 Answers

amandaafoote's avatar

Do you, or the person you’re married to flirt too much?

flipper's avatar

Ummmmm….are you married? A bit more information might assist with an answer.

simone54's avatar

Wow. I wonder what some people would do without Fluther. Have some Shame! Try talking to real people.

Randy's avatar

Wow, what a question. I don’t think any advice should be given with so little details. Sorry to hear about your situation though. I would say the person to talk to about this would be your spouse. You two are the ones that are going to be affected by your decisions. Well, other than children. If children are involved, I wouldnt say ask them, but take them into consideration.

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richardhenry's avatar

If you’re asking Fluther questions like that, then the answer is yes (for their sake).

Poser's avatar

[shake shake shake] Concentrate and ask again.

lovelyy's avatar

maybe you and your significant other should have a little chat.
the fluther community really can’t help you in a decision like that,
especially with such little detail.

theloveprophet's avatar

No. YOU never instigate a divorce. The only reason for divorce is selfishness.
If your spouse divorces you though, that’s a whole ‘nother story…

osakarob's avatar

Perhaps a better question might be “Why didn’t I know better than to get married when I obviously wasn’t sincere and ready to commit?”

Trustinglife's avatar

While we are on the topic… Should I get married?

What’s that? I need to find a potential partner first???

acaulder's avatar

a little more info well he goes out clubbing without me often we have no kids and everytime he’s away on business I have to worry about him cheating.

theloveprophet's avatar

If you can catch him cheating on you that is decent grounds for divorce. At least you don’t have any kids. It would DEFINITELY hurt them if you did.

Talk to him about it though. I can’t tell if you even love him or not… I mean you should because you said vows… But so did he. Talk to him about it.

Alina1235's avatar

you dont get a divorce over flirtations. Noone would be married then. Everyone flirts, not nesessarily cheat but everyone flirts

amandaafoote's avatar

@ acaulder, if he goes out clubbing without you and goes away and you’re worried, that’s just your lack of trust in him, if he has never cheated on you or anything you shouldn’t get a divorce, just tell him your uncomfortable with it and he might understand. You never know, he could be staying loyal, but going out and having a good time with his friends.

babygalll's avatar

We all deserve to be happy. Don’t give up too easily, but you have to remember that your happiness is more important than anything else.

elspethe's avatar

I agree “flirt addictions” are a little high you must need. NOT a reason to get a divorce unless
it is creating anger, domestic violence, drugs, etc….I just heard on a show or read recently that a little harmless flirting is healthy…as long as it’s harmless I guess…..

SincereNyc's avatar

If the man beat, or beats or cheats on you, or tells you outright that he wants a divorce, then heck yea. Get your nike’s and run! Otherwise, seek counseling.

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