A recent online article I came across discussed the interesting issue of whether a spouse’s job loss has an impact on whether the parties will divorce. The author related anecdotally his own experience in having been laid off and how he believed this job loss had served as the catalyst for his divorce.
The article described how the author’s subsequent job search dragged out despite his best efforts and how his wife, understandably, became more and more concerned for the family. In this regard, he related how his wife became more tense and fearful, which led to stress between the two of them. Continue reading “Employment and its Influence on Divorce”