The study, which polled 2,000 married people, showed that one fifth feel 'trapped' and would only divorce if financial security was guaranteed.
One quarter of married people are no longer ‘in love’ with their partner, 15% wish they had married someone else altogether and three in10 have considered ending their marriage or spending time apart. When quizzed on the cause of unhappiness in their relationships responses differed between men and women.
However, once you fell in love with another person than your spouse, things got rather intense.It is this they find lacking in their own relationships and hence they step over the boundary for more.Millions of individuals are stuck in an unhappy marriage but will not walk away for fear of financial or emotional hardship, research has revealed.Some are honest enough with themselves that they know step-by-step how everything came to be as it is now.Others have more difficulty, their mind confused because what they are doing is so contrary to what they believe and value. Others blame it on their spouse’s actions or lack of actions.Men want to be strong, not vulnerable, and many feel they can't admit to having additional needs.