I grew up with my biological parents who are still married to each other. I am not aware of any divorces or separations in my direct line of descent, but then my grandparents and great-grandparents lived during a time when divorce was unheard of in their country. Once married, they were married for life. However, I do find 3 one-time divorces in my aunts and uncles.
- Divorced/separated parentVote A
- Married, biological parentsVote B
- Neither (explain)Vote C
Most Helpful Guy
They married until my father died, mom still wears her ring. married since 19yrs age. They worked it out, didn't fight that I recall, and had their way of working things out.
Nothing is perfect, I have defects from dads behavior (he was treated terribly by his mom and family), he did better with us kids but still have my wounds. Mom was awsome.
Parents... need both of them I think they make a huge difference in the emotional health of the kids.
When you look at the mess going on within people, a component of it is the parents.0
Most Helpful Girl
I voted B. My parents had a long happy marriage, until my father passed away. 😞
My mum stated she'd never consider marrying again, because my father was her soulmate. No other man could take his place. He's still her everything, and love of her life , even though he's not here in person anymore1