Think you want a divorce from your cheating wife? Many men in your situation think just that. There are many reasons you might want to go through with a divorce in this particular situations but there are a few compelling reasons why you might want to reconsider divorce as the first option of choice.
Make sure you read all the way to the end of this article before you even think about following through with your plans to get a divorce from your cheating wife. Then you’ll learn a few great reasons why staying married might be the best choice for you to make.
- You still love your wife. The bottom line is that your wife’s cheating does not suddenly change the way you feel about your wife. No matter how many problems your marriage may have had before you found out she was cheating, there was still love there – at least as far as you’re concerned. Don’t throw that away unless you are sure your marriage can’t be saved. It is much easier to try to work things out now than to go back and try to repair things once you’ve gone through the acrimonious process of a divorce.
- You deserve a happy ending. You owe it to yourself to see if you can’t stick things out and have that happy ending you planned on when you got married. You had your own mental image of what happily ever after would be for you when you made the decision to get married. The fact that your marriage isn’t living up to your idea of what it should be doesn’t mean that your marriage is worthless. Now is the perfect opportunity to go back to the drawing board and reshape your marriage into a new image that you and your wife can be happy with.
- Because you and your wife aren’t ready for the financial devastation that marriage could bring to you both. You should never stay in a loveless marriage for financial reasons alone but finances are a heavy incentive to give your marriage a second chance – especially in the current economy, when you might not be willing to do so for any other reason. As long as there is love between the two of you there is no reason not to believe that your marriage can get through this even if money is the tie that forces you to stay together in the beginning.