Most Helpful Guy
it does more harm then good. kids can tell that they are unhappy and will think that's how a relationship is supposed to be
Most Helpful Girl
I've heard that happens a lot. My parents included.
Well, not all of them leave... It's important to stay in the marriage or relationship for the children because, depending on their age, separation can really have a negative impact on them. Don't be selfish. Sometimes the couple might not 100% love each other anymore, but at least be there for the children. If they're older, and divorce is the only option, that's different. If the child is much younger than around middle school age, it would probably be better benefited if you two stay a couple.
They've been raised to think anything that is a non-nuclear family is somehow automatically detrimental to the development and well-being of the children.
Sometimes this is directly related to an event of divorce in their lives that wasn't handled well, coped with, or is blamed on for their own faults.
Cause breaking up messes with the childs psyche, however, continual arguing infront of said child is more detrimental in my opinion.
But not eeveryone sees it that that way.
chldren need routine and structure,
I totally get why someone would sacrifice their own happyness for the sake of their child's mental health
there are many reasons
one is because their partner is abusive and they believe that if they leave then the abuse will get worse
Cuz they rather be un happy an complain even if you Tell them get out of a bad thing
I think a lot of folks do...
Because humans make mistakes
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