If you become unhappy in your marriage, will divorce be an option for you?
Divorce would never be an option. I've already been to the point where most folks would divorce and have worked it out. It took 3 years of fighting and healing. But I have my family back. It was worth it.
I don't get married to let my emotions of 'being unhappy' cause me to think 'gee, I bet I can find a better wife, or would just be happier unmarried.' I would seek to work it out as God, trust, respect and love are the foundations for marriage.
Depends on what you mean by "unhappy."
Personally, divorce is only an option when infidelity is involved. Other than that, divorce is not an option at anytime.
An option, but only if absolutely necessary.
Depends on conditions, but hopefully no. I mean if we had kids and she murdered them then yeah... But regular stuff should be worked out.
Yes, it's an option. A last resort, but it's not off of the table entirely.
I will work my absolute hardest to solve the issues, but if they're not going to do the same - it's frivolous. It's better to be unhappy and alone than unhappy in a
relationship which has little to no hope of recovering.
Life is too short to be voluntarily stay in a situation which makes you miserable and is unlikely to change. That's coming from a hopeless romantic, but I do have to face the reality of love
and while I'd absolutely want things to work out - I'm not stupid.
Nope. If it was something patently unhealthy (violence, abuse, etc.), then I would get out if things couldn't be resolved. But otherwise, no. I'm in this for the long haul, and I know he is too.