Sep 01, 2017
Q. Hi. Please post anonymous. Thank you I want to know from single parents out there legally separated from their spouse...do you regret your child is missing the father due to parents ego, difference of opinions,etc? Is the child suffering silently? Are you mentally depressed to take entire burden on your head? Do you regret having separated...please no harsh comments, just want honest opinion to help me understand. Here i don't mean spouse is physically abusive due to which separation happened. Just that he doesn't love anymore and wants to get separated for various reasons.
Hi.. i am not a single parent but here are my thoughts nonetheless..it is indeed true that a child needs both parents love and care.. but children can feel when parents do not have a healthy relationship and that causes depression and heartache too..if living separately and continue to be great parents spearately works for an individual then that is far more better in being trapped in a relationship where 2 individuals are unhappy but still dragging the relationship out of obligation or other notions!!
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