Ok first let me preface this by saying D and I are NOT getting divorced. Not even close. But the topic is still very real.
We all know couples, both dating/engaged/married who we "just don't see it." We don't quite get the relationship. Or we're not happy with it.
And this can be for a number of reasons. Hopefully it isn't because of any violence (because that enters a whole different discussion).
I think more regularly you think one person is "better" than the other or they are just not well suited.
Usually, we keep our opinions to ourselves. We don't tell people what we really think. And when they are already engaged or married, we almost never tell them we think they should break it off or get divorced.
But what really concerns me here, is what does it say about me to either (a) assume a relationship won't work out or (b) to (somewhat?) actively wish for it to end? And as quickly as possibly with as little pain as possible.
I know that makes me horrible. I know it sounds horrible. But just how horrible?
I don't do anything to actively break up people. So that must mitigate the bad level. Right?