I’m Bored: 15 Ridiculous Reasons To Consider Divorce

November 17, 2015  |  
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When Cynthia Bailey confessed to her sister Malorie that she didn’t find Peter Thomas (who is in his mid-50s) attractive with his clothes off, coupled with the fact that he had just been caught getting close to another woman in the club, the divorce rumors immediately started. But since when did “for better or for worse” not include a few wrinkles? Marriage can’t survive every trial and tribulation, but these are ridiculous reasons to get divorced.

I Want An Upgrade

Just ask Kevin Hart or Steve Harvey. If it looks like you ditched your partner because they didn’t match your new status (and new money), you’re going to catch a lot of flack.

He Doesn’t Look Good Naked

If your love can’t survive a few wrinkles and fat, then “happily ever after” might not be for you. Or it could be a sign that your marriage has some deeper issues that could put it on a rocky road.

I Want That Kind of Love

Movies, TV shows, and celebrity life don’t just give people unrealistic ideas of what real love is. Believing in those unrealistic expectations can actually lead to divorce.

I Can’t Forgive Him

Hold that grudge on the way out of this marriage and you’ll carry that baggage right into the next.

I Want That Old Thing Back

The body-rocking-knocking-the-boots phase doesn’t last forever — with anyone. You can look for new flames into your 60s, but real love and marriage is about learning to reignite the fire you already have.

I’m Bored

That was the reason Pamela Anderson gave for divorcing Rick Salomon. For the second time.

My Friends Think I Should

This may be an unpopular opinion, but I don’t think friends should give friends marriage advice. Especially if they’re single. Not everyone values or sees commitment the same…

My In-Laws Are Annoying

Did you know that one in 10 marriages end for this reason? Maybe these couples could stand to take a few lessons from Todd Tucker and Mama Joyce.

We Don’t Match Anymore

That’s the reason Hilary Duff gave for divorcing her husband, Mike Comrie. But should they have given this more than four years to figure out if they can grow back together? Or is it best not to waste time?

I Want To Be Single Again

Sometimes the grass just looks greener on the other side. Unless you wish to live the single life from divorce on, it might be time to try to cure the seven-year itch with a few girls’ nights out.

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