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Tricky territory, what a burden to put on your children. We stayed together, never had happiness, created no passion, lived in a loveless marriage BUT; we did it because WE LOVE YOU. Nah, I would rather be raised by parents that enjoy life, have passion ect, ect even if they are no longer married to each other. Thanks

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