if the woman is unhappy and feels unfulfilled and her husband cheated on her, is it justified for her to split the family apart even though her kids are still very little and they are going to miss their father and be hurt because of that? and the woman still wants to go ahead with the divorce and take the kids (who have a much bigger life ahead that is ruined because of this) of them away from him because of her feeling, happiness or whatever?
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1 - My oldest uncle's family. The mother left her 5 small kids as she couldn't cope with parenthood. They were raised by their father. They are very happy. It was certainly better, as their mother wasn't suited to raise kids. Now, as near-adults, the kids have a great relationship with both their mum and their step-mum.
2 - My second-oldest uncle's daughter. She has 3 siblings, with two different dads than her own. Her mum and dad split when she was 3. She's very well off now, and is glad that her parents broke up so she could be happy.
3 - My auntie's famliy. She left the father of her one and 3 year-old, and they still visit him regularily. Both her sons looove their step dad, their real dad, their baby half-brother, and their mum. They are very happy and mature little boys, and they understand that mum and dad didn't love each other, but they are still friends.
4 - My cousin on my dad's side. She has lived with both her mum and dad after they split, before deciding to stick with her dad. She was a VERY happy child.
5 - All the people below have added their personal experiences, count them please. I'm too lazy.
6 - Many, and I mean many, of my friends have one parent, and they are better for it. They still visit the other, and are very happy with the arangement. No fighting happens at home, and they get to see both parents.
Now compare that to the exactly 0 bad split-ups I've seen that had unhappy children.0
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