A multinational study of mental disorders, marriage and divorce published in 2011 found that a sample of 18 mental disorders all increased the likelihood of divorce — ranging from a 20 percent increase to an 80 percent increase in the divorce rate.
Addictions and major depression were the highest factors, with PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) also significant.
S., we are likely to see this as an increasing category.He thought they might try to kill him on his way to work. But as the days went on, it became clear that something was going on inside of his brain.Our youngest child had kept him awake most of the night the week before, and he’d been unable to get a good night’s sleep for several days in a row. But then he said someone wanted him to go to the hospital and insisted I call an ambulance.Addictions are also often associated with a lack of personal responsibility, and they frequently propel the other spouse into over-responsibility.A person with an active addiction has a hard time being intimate, as their priority becomes fulfilling the addictive desire.