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Certain personality traits may increase chances of divorce

Everyone has certain characteristics and personality traits that do not please others. In many cases, individuals in Utah and elsewhere can overlook certain traits or work together to overcome issues caused by some characteristics. However, it is not unusual for some traits to act as red flags for relationships and potentially result in a marriage heading for divorce.

If a spouse has a tendency to blow tiny issues out of proportion, it could become a major issue in a marriage. A person's anxiety or other factors could cause them to take relatively insignificant events and make them seem more dire than they really are. This may not seem like such an issue at first, but over time, it can significantly wear down a relationship. Individuals with this trait may even file for divorce themselves over a small issue and later realize that divorce was not the answer.

This type of trait may also affect people with major insecurities. Insecurity itself can also take its toll on a marriage, and some may feel as if they need to gain attention elsewhere if they are feeling insecure in their current relationships. Some individuals believe that this trait could even lead to infidelity.

It is never easy to pinpoint one reason that a marriage did not last. While these examples may have played roles in some individuals' situations, they may not have affected others. No matter the reason for divorce, Utah residents will certainly want to make sure that they have the ability to move forward with their cases confidently to reach the best possible outcomes.

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