Cupid's Pulse Article: Figure Skater Johnny Weir Splits from Husband Victor VoronovCupid's Pulse Article: Figure Skater Johnny Weir Splits from Husband Victor Voronov

By Sanetra Richards

The Sochi Olympian Jonny Weir and lawyer husband Victor Voronov are splitting after two+ years of marriage. According to, the fashionable figure skater announced the separation on March  19 through Twitter saying, “”It is with great sadness that I announce that my husband and I are no longer together,” he tweeted. “My heart hurts, and I wish him well.” In a February 2014 interview with Access Hollywood, Weir talked about his husband and their married life: “”My husband was actually in the closet until about a month before we were married. He comes from a very strict and judgmental world.” Weir went on to say, “Being married is an adjustment, and I’m such an OCD, solitary, confined person that it was very hard to open my life and my home and in some ways my closet to somebody else,” he continued. “We both are constantly fighting to wear the pants in the relationship.”

How do you know when to put an end to your marriage?

Cupid’s Advice:

Every marriage is not salvageable, and sometimes you have to find the guts to tell your spouse “it is over.” Nevertheless, whether you ignore it or give it some thought, there will always be a warning before destruction. So, how will you know your marriage is about to fall off of the cliff? Cupid has the answer:

1. More distance than ever: This can range from sleeping in separate bedrooms to not doing mutual activities. If this is occurring in your marriage, be cautious. You have probably been noticing all of your time is consumed by work and all of his/her is spent with friends — chances are you are trying to stay away from your spouse as much as possible. This sign is as clear as daylight, the marriage is deteriorating.

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2. Nonstop bickering: Every conversation is beginning to end with an argument and you all cannot agree on the simplest things, like what to eat for dinner or who is taking the kids to soccer practice. All of this could very well be stemming from other issues that have not been discussed. If you cannot compromise on wants and needs (after multiple attempts) without being on the verge of ripping each other’s heads off, it may be time to call it quits.

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3. One-sided effort: You have realized there is no such thing as give and take in your marriage and that your spouse is more of a take and take kind of person — do not ignore this. As a team, work should be put in on both ends. Think about that the next time you feel like you are the only one in the marriage.

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