Henningsen Aguilar

It is a well known fact. There are certainly a lot of people who feel disappointed in their union. Visit open in a new browser window to check up the reason for it. Nevertheless the real question most of them are asking themselves is, how do I know when my marriage is actually over? Is it when your spouse says, 'I don't love you anymore'? Is it after an affair happens? How will you REALLY know? Keep reading to find out how you can identify the warning signs that usually suggest your partner has given up in your marriage. First and Foremost: Has your partner reached The Point of No Return?What could be the Point of No Reunite in a marriage? Can there be such a thing? After working together with couples for over 11 years, I've identified a specific 'way' that couples travel along the way to divorce. And at the conclusion of the way is what I call...The Point of No Return.But I am getting before myself...let me back up for a second.In most cases, your marriage isn't over when:- Your spouse moves out- When your spouse says the notorious, 'I love you, but I'm not in love with you anymore' - When your spouse threatens you with divorceAnd feel it or not, in certain cases, your marriage isn't also over when...your spouse files for divorce. Your marriage isn't around when your spouse begs, pleads, claims, shouts, storms from the home or becomes all the family against you. Quite the contrary, The Point of No Return in a marriage IS confirmed when your spouse talks about you as if s/he were dead. There's no life in your spouse's voice and no life in his/her eyes. Your spouse does not get angry with you. S/he only informs you once the divorce papers are going to be offered. S/he's already attended the court house, found an attorney and has a service date set for the divorce proceedings.Your relationship is most likely over once your spouse has made full lists of assets and obligations with your both of your names on them. Your spouse has already decided on the custody plan and cleaned out any bank accounts with their title and yours and shut all the credit cards that you share. Your spouse has attained The Point of No Return when s/he already knows the courts require a 120 day waiting period and s/he has psychologically bolted him/herself in place for the long wait. You have gone WAY beyond an 'unhappy marriage' once your spouse has talked often to the children about divorce and they are now both scared,