Cupid's Pulse Article: Pamela Anderson Calls off Divorce from Rick SalomonCupid's Pulse Article: Pamela Anderson Calls off Divorce from Rick Salomon

By Kaley Allard

Pamela Anderson just cannot make up her mind! The blonde bombshell called off her divorce to second time husband, Rick Salomon.  Originally reported by, according to court records obtained from LA Superior Court, Anderson petitioned to end the divorce on August 21st. But how long will this last? A well connected source told Us that Anderson is “staying with him for now because she doesn’t have the heart to hurt him.”

How do you know when you’re ready to call it quits on your marriage?

Cupid’s Advice:

Deciding to call it quits on your marriage is a difficult decision and one that should not be taken lightly.  Not only are there legal and monetary implications, there could also be emotional damage if in the end you realize you made the wrong decision.  Here are signs to help you decide if it is really time to call it quits:

1. Love lost: After being with the same person for a long time you may realize that you no longer feel the same way about them. The reality that you no longer love your spouse is sad, but it happens more than you think. While the spark may die down once life gets in the way, if you have not felt the spark and you cannot find it anywhere, maybe it is time to do what is best for both of you and move on.

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2.  Don’t get along: Are you and your spouse constantly fighting? Or do you not even talk to one another anymore? Whatever the case may be, these are most likely signs that the two of you have underlying issues that need to be hammered out. As cliche as it sounds try going to see a therapist and if that does not work maybe it is truly time to pull the plug on your relationship.

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3. People change: Whether you rushed into your marriage or you knew each other for 10 years before you tied the knot, it is possible that since that time you and/or your partner have changed. It may be that you have grown in your maturity or the goals you once had have now changed. Sit down with your partner and decide whether or not you are both still on the same path in life.

What are some things you and your partner discussed before getting a divorce? Please share your stories below!