Imagine a situation: a husband and wife have been living together for 20 years, know each other before each movement and a sigh, read each other's thoughts in advance and are able to guess the wishes of a partner. They come from work, and everyone goes to rest in his room. Everything has become boring, bored, the second half is becoming increasingly annoying, and thoughts about divorce begin to appear in my head. But the man does not go anywhere and remains close to his woman. Why, what are the reasons for this, and what keeps him up?
1. Fear of change
Men, unlike women, are much more difficult to get used to and adapt to the new. To leave a wife who is 20 years old at hand, it means changing your habitual way of life and lifestyle. In addition, she also cooks for him, strokes and cleans, and what awaits him in the future? Prospects are very vague and ambiguous.
Yes, elementary habit! Having lived together with a man for so many years under the same roof, willy nilly, you get used to it, you take a look at it, and even if it is sometimes annoying and annoying, but we know it with our five fingers. As they say: she only opens her mouth, and he already knows what she will say.
3. Debt obligations
After the divorce, in any case, the obligations that will have to fulfill. During the years of marriage is usually a lot acquired: flat. car, cottage, etc. All this will have to be shared. In addition, there are still children who will need to help and pay alimony. Of course, all this creates a lot of problems.
4. Fear of loneliness
Middle age is the most difficult for men; it is at this time that they begin to feel like losers, to believe that they could not achieve much in life, reproach themselves and overgrow a multitude of complex. At this age, men tend to doubt their attractiveness and fear being left alone. What if, after the divorce, no one even looks in the direction of the old bald fool?
5. Attachment to children
Of course, children are what we live for. When a man gets divorced and leaves the family, in most cases the children remain with the mother, and the father gets much less opportunity to see and meet them. It is impossible to do this even physically, because now he does not live with them.
6. Fear of Condemnation
Rumor can bring much to the point, especially when it comes to other people's family affairs. Divorce, of course, entails a lot of gossip, talk and discussion behind your back. A man will be elementary afraid of condemnation.