Cupid's Pulse Article: Why Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries Are Calling It QuitsCupid's Pulse Article: Why Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries Are Calling It Quits

It was just a few weeks ago when over four million viewers tuned into E! to watch Kim’s Fairytale Wedding, but it only took until the end of the month for the couple to split. They may have been newlyweds, but they were already bickering like an old married couple on the set of Kourtney and Kim Take New York. The fighting may have been too much for Kardashian, 31, who filed for divorce from Humphries, 26. After rushing their relationship with a quick engagement and wedding ceremony, along with the added pressures of filming the show, dealing with the media, and attempting to manage their busy conflicting schedules, their 72-day marriage has come to an end. “She rushed into it too fast,” a source close to Kardashian told People. “She’s holding it together.  It’s insanely troubling and heartbreaking, but it’s a decision she knew had to be made.”

How do you know when to call it quits in a marriage?

Cupid’s Advice:

Has staying true to your vows become a struggle?  Here are some signs that it may be over:

1.  You’re beyond annoyed: If everything about your spouse irritates you and just the sight or sound of him makes you want to leave a room, it’s not a good sign. If you find that all attraction has been lost emotionally and physically, you have to consider that you’re no longer in a healthy relationship.

2. You verbally assault each other: As husband and wife, it is your job to support each other, but it can be difficult when every conversation turns into a fight. If you’re frequently being critical and attacking each other’s self-esteem with the goal to make your spouse feel dejected, then you’ve clearly lost respect for one another.

3. You’re miserable: If you’re unhappy with your spouse, and you feel like your life has hit rock bottom, it’s time to move on. Get rid of the negative energy that’s dragging you down, and don’t let yourself become a prisoner to your own marriage. Regaining your independence may be the key to finding happiness again.

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