- Stay togetherVote A
- DivorceVote B
Most Helpful Girl
It's always better for children to see their parents in a happy, loving relationship than a dysfunctional one. Staying together for the kids breeds resentment and unhealthy behaviour. Children end up unable to form healthy relationships because they have never seen them.2
Most Helpful Guy
I put stay together but it I actually think it depends you just didn't give that option. It depends why its not working if it's dissatisfaction and not from both being largly over worked witch would always cause stress then both make a serious effort to have more sex and if one of you has no or little interest then maybe agree to an open relationship while your kids still depend on you.
If it that doesn't work or its a different problem without a reasonable solution ie domestic verbal disputes or violence then split up and try to come to a fair and peaceful agreement to avoid the cost of legal battles.0