In R since shortly after DD.
No, I didn't, but surprisingly, a friend did. When the last one graduated, and we all found out they divorced. Her kids said to her,
"for God's sake Mom, what took you so long!". Don't kid yourself into thinking you are doing the kids a favor, or keeping your family "intact". Kids know what is healthy and unhealthy. What they learn is how to have an unhealthy marriage, not an honest loving one. And the cycle continues...
Sorry to be "debbie downer", but I assume you want some honest answers. Yes, divorce is an option for a loveless, or hurtful marriage. There is always an option.
Sometimes the healthiest families are divorced families.
[This message edited by fourever at 12:02 PM, December 11th (Wednesday)]
Discovered what was right in front of him and nearly lost.
Always, tell the other BS! Always!
"It's hard to be in love when you can't tell lies"!