Dealing with the end of a marriage is rough for most everyone, and it's easy for many people to overlook the warning signs until it's too late. Sometimes, your relationship can deteriorate before you even notice something's off. If things get rocky in your marriage, then you may want to be on the lookout for the signs your partner wants a divorce.
Divorce isn't necessarily a bad thing. When one partner finds the relationship chafing, it's smart to step back and take a serious look at whether you should split up. In some cases, people are happier apart.
Granted, going through a divorce takes a lot of work. On the other hand, working to really improve your relationship will also take work. But that middle ground — being stuck in a crappy marriage without trying to end or fix it — is likely the worst scenario of all.
So you can take these signs your partner wants a divorce as a call to action. Whether splitting up or staying together is the best option is entirely up to your own situation. But on the whole, you'll probably both be in better shape for addressing these concerns head-on, instead of ignoring them and continuing to exist in a sub-par relationship. Whatever you choose, hopefully you will both be in a better place very soon.