some what confused?.
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• Eugene, Oregon
27 Aug 15
I ended up getting divorced after 35 years of marriage. He pulled the rug out from under me, when he told me we weren't compatible anymore. I was thinking, huh? after 35 years you tell me that. It has never made sense to me, but since the divorce I have been coping by myself. As to your question, no, if there is no love between the two of them then it isn't worth it to stay togehter just for the sake of the kids.
10 Sep 15
I think it depends upon the kind of environment that the you two are creating for kids. If it is abusive, then the children are better off without it. If it is civil, then it might be better off till old issues do not seem as important as they once did. There is something about old issues. They age like old clothes.
• Reno, Nevada
2 Sep 15
No way! In order for your child/children to be happy you need to be happy first! Children learn that things cant always be the way we want them and they will understand your educated decision later in life and love and appreciate you for it.....as long as it was the right one that is
28 Aug 15
i can't answer you in yes or no because this is a general question which depends on the circumstances.. My advice is to think about your kid's future and what will happen to kids when they grow up without father.. if you was this kid "victim" you will not be happy to grow up with separated family.. it will not be like others normal families.. the important thing in this situation is the kids.. you have to think about your kids before make any decisions..
• United States
28 Aug 15
In my opinion, it would depend on each situation. There are some situations that are dangerous such as abusive relationships. However, I feel that a lot of people rush into divorce without putting enough effort into trying to stay together. If you put your children's needs and desires before your own, then you will make the right choice.