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Woman divorces husband because of nonexistent sex life

It can take a lot of courage for a spouse to finally call it quits during a marriage. This is especially the case when a marriage seems to be the portrait of happiness. Such an image can make the divorce seeker look like the bad person in the situation as if she or he is risking the relationship and the family for her or his future happiness.

Many families in New Jersey have seen loved ones going through such a divorce. But before jumping to conclusions, people should realize that a couple's dirty laundry is not all being aired out-there may be underlying issues that are not brought to the forefront either before, during or after the divorce. Take the example of one woman and her divorce.

Her friend noted that she was falling in lust with many people at her workplace but she never became physically unfaithful. With a 17-year marriage and two teenage daughters, she should not have been putting her family at risk in this way. But the mother and former wife claims that one major issue within her marriage got in the way of her happiness: they weren't having sex. She said they had not had sex in two years.

This may have left a gap in her life that she was trying to fill when she fell in love with a coworker. That love did not turn physical while she was married-instead, she said that she wanted to get a divorce before pursuing the relationship further. Her friend asked her if she had talked about the future of the marriage with her husband and surprisingly, she had.

According to the ex-wife, he was passive about it and the sex had stopped because she had taken up a controlling role in the family. She even said that she was more like his mother than his wife. Two years later, the mother of two has dealt with her family's accusations and has moved on.

Source: Huffington Post, "Is Bad Sex a Good Enough Reason to Divorce?," Shannon Bradley-Colleary, Dec. 20, 2012

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