I've written quite a few articles on marital problems that can lead to divorce but, marital problems can be worked through and marriages rebuilt. Whether or not you divorce, when push comes to shove, may not have anything to do with the problems in the marriage.
What then, determines whether or not your marriage will end in divorce?
Marital survival depends solely on both parties to be the marriage being willing to work on the marriage. If you are the only one in the marriage who wants to fix the marital problems then more than likely you will eventually divorce.
Does he yell, scream or curse when upset with you?
Is she having an affair and refusing to give up her affair partner?
Do you want sex twice a week but he only wants it twice a year?
Does she dismiss your feelings when you tell her you are unhappy in the marriage?
These are all symptoms of problems in the marriage. If you can both sit down, discuss the issue and agree to work together toward a solution your marriage has a chance. It takes two to save a marriage and if you find yourself alone trying to fix a problem you are spinning your wheels and will get nowhere fast. You need to know when to give up and move on.