Divorce is scary. Even when you know the relationship you're leaving (or thinking about leaving) is wrong for you, fear of the unknown, failure, and society's side-eye stink.
A strong woman is done with tolerating B.S You know: the sleepless nights, the tears, and the gut-wrenching realization that the relationship stops you from being your best, true self.
Finally, she knows what she wants and deserves. Even if you're lost, getting up and going instead of "settling" for sorrow shows that you know what won't work for you and what you won't accept.
Independent women can leave bad situations. We weren’t shocked when Fisher wrote that divorce rates were higher in societies where women had freedom and equal land, animal, currency, and informational access to men.
She's ready to invest in a better life Choosing to no longer invest in something that offers you no returns is considered a smart move in finance, right? Why would making this decision in your personal life be any different?
She is aware that getting a divorce from the wrong person can clear the way for her to meet the right person in the future.
A confident woman believes that it is COOL to love someone for who they are, rather than for what they can give her.
She would rather be by herself than a part of an unhappy partnership that sits around and does nothing while the hours pass by.
She is aware that getting a divorce does not necessarily mean abandoning traditional family ideals. In point of fact, it is in some strange manner a return to them.
Are you ready for an amazing secret? Early hunter-gatherer cultures were egalitarian, with men and women working together and being sexually active. (as in, they chose a partner for family-building and lovers for dalliances).