It is usually more that they were never fully compatible and overlooked a lot of it. Over time that grows into other issues. People also change. The kids being in their 20's may mean the focus is no longer on raising kids but the empty nest sets in. That can be a huge change for some people.
I used to have your view, but after 24 years of marriage I understand it more. I'm happily married, but also realize that you have to keep working on your marriage. It ain't easy, life throws problems all the time. Luckily my wife and I are best friends and we enjoy spending time together.
In the filing, the coach states he is entitled “to have the exclusive use and occupancy” of the couple’s house in Baton Rouge. He has “no objection” to Kelly Orgeron getting the couple’s Mandeville house “until such time as the community property is settled either by conventional agreement or judicial partition.”
I try and tell my grandmomma this every day. She is widowed, I help her out with everything I can and do more for her than even her own kids do. She has plenty of money in the bank, condo on the beach, cabin in a nice golf community, and a house on the lake that she lives in, and she is mean as a rattlesnake most of the time. I try atleast once a week to tell her she is very fortunate and there's more to life than being angry, especially at 85 years old. While she agrees during the talk, she reverts back ten minutes later. I'm with you though, even being younger than let's say, 70% of this board, I still agree that there is too little time out there to be angry and upset all of the time. Feisty, sure, but just being unfriendly, unhappy, and miserable all of the time is just tiring I have to imagine.