No one ever dreams about going through a divorce but sometimes it’s what’s best for everyone involved. While I have been fortunate to be with my wife for almost 17 years, almost 10 married, I was a young kid about to be a teenager when my parents were going through their divorce, and it hurt. Not just me but all of my siblings and my parents too, they never wanted this to happen, but things got better with time. So, when relationships aren’t going well and things are headed for a divorce, what seems to be the top reasons for divorce in the state of Texas? 


Well as you would guess, the top reasons for divorce in Texas aren’t very different from the top reasons for divorce in any state. But one thing I will say having seen my parents go through a divorce is there is never one person to blame for the relationship coming to an end. Let’s just be honest, relationships can be difficult, and if both partners aren’t giving it their best effort it can fall apart quickly. 

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Don’t Wait, Act Now 

While I have never gone through a divorce myself, and hopefully never will, I would suggest to anyone that is even thinking about a divorce to attempt to make improvements now. Don’t wait on anything or anyone else, attempt to fix things, that way if it doesn’t work out you can walk away knowing that you tried your best. At the same time, make sure you are taking care of yourself and doing what’s best for you and your family. 

Let’s Look at the Top Reasons for Divorce in Texas 

Here are the top reasons people end up filing for divorce in the state of Texas.  

Top Reasons for Divorce in Texas

These are the top 10 reasons that seem to push couples toward divorce in the state of Texas

These are Apparently the Top 20 Worst Places to Live in Texas

Well in this case things including crime rate, or vicinity to crime; some may be close worse neighborhoods or adjacent cities. Also the rate of natural disasters was taken into consideration. Hurricanes are not something that'd land on the "pro" side of your pro/con list. Flooding would likely fall on the con side too.

To help you know the places you may want to avoid, or for a list to throw in the face of your cousin who lives in Lubbock, here are the 20 worst places to live:

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