When an Australian mother was told that Australia had no agreements with the United Arab Emirates to have her daughters returned, after their father took them to Dubai, she decided to go to Dubai herself and use the local Sharia Law to obtain a divorce and fight for her children’s return.
Do you feel like you and your partner are living under one roof, but are actually living separate lives? Maybe you feel like you are not sharing anymore and you don’t spend any time really connecting? You might even go out often with friends or go on date nights, but you still feel like you are drifting apart?
It is not uncommon for parents to get frustrated while sharing parenting, especially when the child is picked up or dropped off late, the child is not ready when it is time for pickup, or the other parent forgets the date or time of a pickup or drop-off altogether.
To ensure a healthy marriage, it’s important to take a step back occasionally and evaluate the health of the relationship. If it has soured, like milk in a sunny car, it may be time to consider filing for divorce. Choosing not to do so, and ignoring the signs that it’s time to move on, can be harmful to your health.