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If you have been asking yourself "should I get a divorce?" due to one isolated incident, you should re-live that isolated incident in your mind and identify why isolated incident led you to way that you feel now.
List top 5 reasons that this incident hurt you to extent it did (thinking about divorce). Then, think about what you feel top 5 reasons are that led to actual incident itself.
This is especially crucial because, even though it may be one isolated incident that caused you to think about divorce as an option, reasons that led to that isolated incident may have been present for quite a while and need to be dealt with. The point is, just because one isolated incident 'happened', doesn't mean execution of that incident is true cause of problem. Chances are there's much more to it, and finding out what those things are will help you identify true story.
If you have been asking yourself "do I want a divorce?" and haven't prioritized why you feel that way, you aren't ready for divorce. What you are ready for however, is to go through soul searching to get to root of problem.
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