Divorce Detox: The airwaves are saturated with the story of Britain's
Prince William's engagement to commoner Kate Middleton. Their fairytale romance is a light of hope in a world where the divorce rate stays steadily high. The question on nearly every divorced person's mind when they read about the storybook engagement is, "Will it last?"
It's hard to predict any couple's marital outcome, but when a couple
breaks up and gets back together, as William and Kate did back in 2007, we can make an assumption that there
can be trouble in paradise.
When a couple breaks up, it is because the relationship is not working
for one or both partners. Whether you call it "taking a break" or
"needing space," a breakup is obviously a red flag that there
is room for improvement. Red flags in a relationship indicate that
professional help is necessary to salvage the relationship and help the couple endure many years ahead.á
Sadly, many couples who "take a break" then reunite without addressing core relationship challenges end up
divorced many years later. Here is a list of red flags that indicate a relationship
needs professional assistance:á
Andra Brosh, Ph.D., and Allison Pescosolido, MA, are the leading divorce-recovery experts in Los Angeles. Founders of "Divorce Detox," a proven program guaranteed to speed recovery through the divorce transition, Andra and Allison are certified grief-recovery experts, and both hold advanced degrees in the field of psychology. Visit www.divorcedetox.com to learn more about their programs and cutting-edge work.
- Different core or financial valuesá
- Jealousy or trust issuesá
- Ineffective communication
- Incompatible lifestylesá
- Porn, alcohol or drug use