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I've read articles here and there about how quarantine will lead to an increase in the number of divorces. Now I know 2 pairs. Previously, both couples seemed sooo happy. Like. Their divorce is a real shock. I'm not saying quarantine or a pandemic is to blame, but I'd like to hear your thoughts. What have you noticed in connection with this topic?



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Me and my husband planning to divorce next week. It is awful



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The pandemic divorce rate broke all records. My husband and I worked very hard before the quarantine, more than 17 hours a day, and that was the reason why we saw each other only in the evening, tired and missing each other. However, during the quarantine period, we had to stay home together all the time. This was a reason for conflict. My husband annoyed me with his habits, and I was a pain in the ass for him because I was laid off and practically lived at his expense. He rebuked me for that, and that kind of arguments led to our divorce. We tried to save the marriage by talking to temeculadivorce.com and on our own, but somehow the arguments continued.

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