Balancing children and dating
We have undergone massive life shifts from single-hood to married life, pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding; enduring radical changes to our bodies and minds.
Nelson, a sociology professor at Middlebury College and the author of Working a demanding job while paying painstaking attention to one's children leaves little time for maintaining a marriage.
A study by Robin Wilson of the Washington and Lee University School of Law reports that women with MBAs get divorced or separated more often than those who have only a bachelor's degree, while women with law or medical degrees are more likely to divorce or separate than their male counterparts.
Many circumstances and outside opinions may be weighing in, and weighing on you.
Societal "norms," pressure from family and friends, and whether your kids are prepared will all inevitably impact the decision to take this step.
Since my separation three and half years ago, I've noticed a growing number of my contemporaries (in their early to mid-30s) join the force of divorcees.