A top song on the radio right now is “All You Had To Do Was Stay” by Taylor Swift. The lyrics are all about how if you had just stayed, everything would have been perfect. It sounds like a sad song, but it’s actually not because of what the lyrics represent. A recent study found that one-third of marriages end in divorce and many people are asking themselves why they should stay together when all you have to do is leave? This blog post will explain the answer to this question with an analogy from our favorite breakup artist!
How One of Taylor Swift’s Songs Explains Your Divorce
One-third of marriages end in divorce, which is a scary number. You’ve been there – you probably have already experienced the feeling that all you had to do was stay and everything would be perfect. The lyrics from one of your favorite breakup artists, “All You Had To Do Was Stay” by Taylor Swift could relate to what it feels like when someone leaves. This blog post will explain why we should stay together even though all you need to do is leave.
Most people think they want out because their marriage isn’t perfect or they don’t love each other anymore but once they’re gone things are worse than before- sometimes so bad that suicide becomes an option for the person who left. Single life is not always what it’s cracked up to be.
The best thing you can do for yourselves and your family, even if all you had to do was stay, would be to work on the marriage because things could become worse than before but they also have a chance of getting better- especially with some help from friends and family members.
This blog post will explain why we should remain in a relationship, no matter how hard things seem or how much one party wants out, by researching divorce rates that are higher when someone leaves instead of staying committed to their spouse or partner; statistics about suicide as an option after someone has been abandoned and researched whether people regret leaving more so than those who stayed together through difficult times.
Get your copy of the song lyrics all you had to do was stay from Taylor Swift’s latest album “reputation” or just watch the video on YouTube!
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Many people have found themselves in a situation where they feel like their relationship is not going the way that it should be or maybe there are other issues that make them want out of their marriage. One thing we don’t always think about when thinking about our relationships and whether or not we should continue on for better or worse is how high the rate of suicide becomes after being abandoned; this blog post will also provide statistics as well as information researched from past couples who were able to make things work.
The suicide rate in the United States peaked at 18 per 100,000 people in 1932 and then gradually declined to a low of 11.0 per 100,000 people by 2000 (CDC). The rates for men are three times higher than those for women; this is partially because males have more access to guns that they can use as their weapon of choice when attempting suicide (Sydney Morning Herald)
In many cases loved ones will be left with heavy guilt or regret after someone has committed suicide which eventually leads them into depression on their own end because it may make them feel like they could have done something differently, but if you stay together through difficult times your chances of feeling these emotions lessens exponentially and not committing suicide yourself
In a study by the American Association of Suicidology, they found that there is no single cause for suicide and it’s not one thing someone can do to help themselves out if they are feeling suicidal. They recommend people experiencing depression or other mental disorders should reach out to their doctor before doing anything drastic (American Association of Suicidology).
There has been an increase in suicide rates over recent years with more than 40,000 suicides occurring annually according to the CDC. This number goes up exponentially when you take into account all the lives lost from unsuccessful attempts as well. Suicide has increased since 2000 and research suggests this may be because some have seen little improvement in their living conditions after 2008 while others may see