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Do people often consider divorce?

You may find yourself wondering how often people think about ending their marriages. Maybe it's crossed your mind with your own relationship, and you want to know if most people are in the same boat or if you have a surprisingly problematic marriage. Maybe you're not even sure if you want to split up for real, so you're just wondering how normal it is to think about divorce at all.

First and foremost, check out the divorce rate. It's often thought of as 50%, though some say 40-50% is more accurate. Either way, it's clear that you're not alone. A lot of people think about divorce and then go forward with it. It's more common and accepted in American culture than it used to be.

On top of that, some accounts reveal that many people who never really get divorced still think about it. One woman asked her friends and said that the majority of them thought about divorce and even talked about it with their spouses -- all while remaining married.

For instance, one of her friends often considered it when she and her husband would disagree and argue about something. Though she was still with him when the article came out, she did say that she'd gone as far as looking for new apartments that she could rent on her own. She liked having that option out there if she needed it.

If you are considering divorce, it's wise to do your homework in advance. Learn all that you can about how the process works and exactly what steps you need to take.

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