Put your pain on paper and call it art. Put it to music and call it a song. Wear it on your sleeve and call it fashionable. You earned that pain, it is making you evolve. Embrace it, be proud of it, then get over it.

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There is only one answer and that's to do what's best for your children. Very simple, isn't it?<br />
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You might be asking what is best for the children? It's essentially giving them a healthy environment in which to grow. By healthy I mean mentally and physically. They need guidance, discipline, doctor visits, dentist visits, schooling, love, sleep, fun, quiet time, family time, and all adults around them setting a good example by their behavior. There are many more but those are what came to mind quickly.<br />
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Is the marriage too far gone or can it be saved? If it can be saved, are you both willing to do what it takes to repair it? If it's too far gone, are you both willing to divorce? Regardless of your choices, make sure that you and your spouse tell the children that you both love them no matter what happens and that none of it was their fault. Kids tend to blame themselves for anything bad that happens to their parents. Know that and nip it in the bud pronto!!!<br />
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The parents are the foundation of the family. If the foundation collapses, so does the family. That's why it's so important to continue dating each other even after marriage. You both need to keep those bonds solid and strong. Spending too much time working and living life without enough intimacy will destroy a marriage.

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What's got you so down?

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My marriage is falling apart and it breaks my heart to see how it's affecting my children. I can't see a future at the moment and it feels like I have no hope.

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I'm very sorry to hear that. My marriage fell apart last fall. My 60 yr old wife of 28 yrs thru me over for a 26 yr old boy toy she claims she fell in love with.
You HAVE to have hope. That's the only thing that keeps us going. If we lose that we're done for. It does get better. I'm living proof of that. I thought the same way you did just a few weeks ago. I thought I had no future, no family, no friends. I was a mess. But things do get better. Just settle down and give it some time. That's the very best thing you can do for yourself. Drop me a private message whenever you need to talk. I'll be glad to help. I've been there!

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Without trying to come across as thoughtless and in how you ask the question? ...<br />
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You carry on, because that's all there is to do. Forever is a long, LONG time, so give that a serious bit of thought. You carry on, weather the storm and get through it with either support or with friends; even both, actually. What you simply cannot do is stand still, because in standing still you are not moving onward and what is the point in crying 'forever'?<br />
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You carry on; sorry, but that's it in how you ask the question<br />
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You can't do a thing but pushing yourself foreword and crying when no one's around... That is what I do though.

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one day at a time

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