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My wife and I are we’re about to get divorced now she is pregnant, why to do?

Answered 6 months ago

Wife and I were at the brink of divorce, our marriage has become very toxic and the fights are just hurting everyone, I won’t go into much details but it’s made us be people we are not, I don’t even recognize myself as a individual person anymore. They say marriage changes you for the better but not in this case, my life feels like it’s stuck and I can’t move forward in life because my wife is beyond controlling among many other things. Now she is pregnant and I am having the hardest time knowing what to do, do I stay and stick it out just accept i May be miserable for ever?

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6 months ago
I guess i would still leave. No point in living miserably. Just pay your child support and have the kids now and then like a decent dad and be supportive during the pregnancy.

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6 months ago
Next time, wear a rubber!!


I think you are the problem, masquerading as the victim.

Grow up!!!

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6 months ago
Maybe she’s saying it to try and make you stay! Go buy a pregnancy test and have her pee on it while you are there

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6 months ago
Don’t stay for the kid, I was that kid & my home was miserable until they finally broke up when I was 14.

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6 months ago
Is it yours?

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6 months ago
I remember very vividly the day my parents separated. It was one of the happiest moments of my childhood. No longer having one miserable home but having two happy homes. I’m a single mum now, my ex left when I was pregnant with our daughter but has chosen not to be a part of her life. It wasn’t until he left that I realised how miserable and depressed I was with someone like him, the life from within had been sucked out and it took time to get back but now it is my daughter gets to grow up in a happy home. Only you can make the choice but just know that having separated/divorced parents isn’t the end of a child’s life, sometimes it paves the way for a better one. Just make sure you have a good visitation schedule that is flexible and try to co-parent efficiently, that’s the most important thing.

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6 months ago
Could you try marriage counseling?

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6 months ago
How old are you mate? And what's the life expectancy of someone in your profession? Seems to me like you probably have at least 40 years left on this earth and sticking it out and accepting misery would be a long and shitty sentence.
Did you murder someone? Did you hurt a child? No? So why the fuck would you hand yourself a life sentence?! Divorced parents are better than miserable assholes who teach their kids how to survive but not live.
If you both can set aside your anger and resentment and raise this child as co parents, you both stand a chance at finding someone who makes you happy.
Staying together isn't just a prison sentence for YOU, it effectively sentences your wife and child to suffer along side.
Btw, wrap your junk before you fuck someone who makes you miserable (or even better, don't put your dick somewhere your smile can no longer reach).