I was desperate to divorce my husband! As it"s revealed three million Britons have stepped back from the brink, one wife makes a confession

I was desperate to divorce my husband! As it's revealed three million Britons have stepped back from the brink, one wife makes a confession | UPDATED: 00:39 GMT, 25 September 2012 Anyone who’s been married for any length of time will understand that it is often the evenings when you least expect a row to erupt that turn out to put a bomb under your relationship. For me, the moment I realised Keith and I were in serious trouble started with nothing more controversial than a takeaway and a night on the sofa in front of the television. I can’t even remember what it was that kick-started the argument, but before we both knew it, I had uttered something unforgiveable enough for him to throw his fish and chips across the room before storming out of the house and slamming the door with impressive ferocity.

More than half of all British married couples regret their marriage

Post-nuptial remorse Over half of all British married couples regret saying 'I do' Most change their minds after one or two years of married lifeChief reason for regret is a loss of independence | UPDATED: 15:40 GMT, 17 July 2012 Your wedding day is meant to be the happiest day of your life – and at the time it most likely was. But, as Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes have found out, that feeling does not always last.

Post natal regret: Half of British parents confess to having second thoughts after naming their child

Post natal remorse: Half of British parents have second thoughts after naming their child | UPDATED: 13:07 GMT, 27 April 2012 These days it seems sticking to traditional baby names like Charles or Olivia could be branded a touch old-fashioned. But Brits following in the footsteps of A-liters like the Beckhams may be left regretting their 'trendy' choice

54 per cent of parents go off their child"s name

Post-natal remorse: 54 per cent of parents go off their child's name Picking a baby name is a difficult task for many parents. And new research suggests that more than half (54 per cent) go on to regret their original choice. Around 49 per cent of those surveyed said the name they originally chose for their newborn failed to reflect its personality later in life.