What does it take for a married man to divorce?

Is it just that they wait for the wife to find out about the emotional relationship? Stats say 90% of the time women are the ones who divorce the men. Why do you think that is?

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    3 Responses to What does it take for a married man to divorce?

    1. alexander w says:

      .Most marriages flounder because of the never ending battle to make ends meet. Which the guy seems to think a night out with the boys will relieve the drudgery.In spite of the expense. Then there’s the next most common cause.Selfishness and infidelity

    2. Miballz Yerchin says:

      menopause

    3. Jules says:

      What does it take for a married man to divorce? Umm….an attorney?

      As for the first response, I have to laugh even though I am a woman…I have heard many stories of men blaming menopause for their wives wanting a divorce. Personally, I don’t think it’s as much of a hormonal thing as it is that women become exhausted after years of a lousy marriage by that point, and they finally grow the proverbial balls to end it.

      I am 49 years old and am ending a 21-year marriage full of b.s., mental and emotional anguish, not to mention being financially bilked throughout the entire time. At some point, a woman (or a man) just decides "I’m done".

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