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Every situation is different… Remember that for about 1 1/2 years we have all been living through a pandemic. That brought added stress, worry, and sometimes more time with our family. We all need time to ourselves from time to time to be healthy. Try to figure out if this is a result of pandemic stress that will change in a year or so or if it’s a basic incompatibility that’s not going to get better. I have been through divorce. Regardless of if you are the one initiating the change or not; there will be many changes if you go down this path - some positive if you were in a bad situation and some emotionally painful. Think it through carefully before doing or saying anything you cannot take back. Know your options and be realistic financially. Then decide what you are going to do.

I think every married person goes through this at some point. The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. Know if its long term incompatibility or short term frustration before going forward with something you can't take back.

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Every situation is different… Remember that for about 1 1/2 years we have all been living through a pandemic. That brought added stress, worry, and sometimes more time with our family. We all need time to ourselves from time to time to be healthy. Try to figure out if this is a result of pandemic stress that will change in a year or so or if it’s a basic incompatibility that’s not going to get better. I have been through divorce. Regardless of if you are the one initiating the change or not; there will be many changes if you go down this path - some positive if you were in a bad situation and some emotionally painful. Think it through carefully before doing or saying anything you cannot take back. Know your options and be realistic financially. Then decide what you are going to do.

You're a year late for your Seven-Year Itch.

I think every married person goes through this at some point. The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. Know if its long term incompatibility or short term frustration before going forward with something you can't take back.

You're not the first and not the last person who has had those thoughts, but people has managed to live through it before. I wish you the best of luck!

at least there's no kids involved