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Divorce potential scale

Why do some couples succeed and others fail?

And why are some couples so effortlessly happy while others seem to endlessly struggle? Most people think love is this mysterious thing that happens to us when we find our true love or our “soul mate”. They wonder what the future might hold for them as a couple.

But what you might not know, is that there IS a way to predict divorce – and if you’re not married – the end of a relationship based on several key factors. I published an article on titled “The 5 Surprisingly Predictable Ways to Measure Your Risk of Divorce.”

In this article, I cover 5 factors that significantly increase the risk of divorce – and why. But I also wanted to share some additional factors and actually give you a way to MEASURE your risk of divorce on this blog.

This scale is based on the patterns I have observed over the past 15+ years of working with couples.

After you read the factors from the article above, you can rate yourself on this scale to measure your risk of divorce. 

Does this scale ring true for you?  Leave a comment below.

  • Alan Leonhardt says:

    My risk of divorce scale

  • Alan Leonhardt says:

    I thought you wanted to see the actual scale. I ended up at 60%.
    Factor 1 – 70
    Factor 2 – 100
    Factor 3 – 60
    Factor 4 – 50
    Factor 5 – 70
    Factor 6 – 10

    • Hi Alan,
      So now that you know that you are at 60% (high risk of divorce), what do you plan to do about it?

  • 28.3%

    12 years ago when my wife left I literally had extreme levels of motivation to restore/rebuild our marriage. I had never been around divorce as a child and this is where that motivation came from, coupled with great remorse for the hurt I had caused her.

    Parents’ marriage is and was so-so. Dad’s parents’ marriage was a living hell for my grandmother. Dad not a role model for me in terms of being a husband, in fact, it was me carrying on like him that caused my wife to pack and leave.

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