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I also agree with your view 100%. There can be very rare cases where a child is not affected whether he is with single parent or double parent.
Lisa Vollrath says
I can understand, and also relate, to this as well. I am the product of a single-parent environment, but I often wonder what it would have been like to be in a family with my biological father and mother together. Would I have turned out different?
Definitely. Your attitude towards life would have been better if you have been living with your father and mother together.
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Venkatachari M says
Sheilamyers, I understood your point. What I propagate or advise is that a couple should not break down on trivial or even serious differences between them. They should patch up their quarrels and care for the child instead of depriving the child
Venkatachari: I couldn't agree with you more. I've seen married couples fight and break up over the most ridiculous little things. Even some the major problems can be fixed by discussing them and some kind of compromise.
Sorry. But, I repeat my point. They should not fight and breakup. Some give and take should be there. Please try to understand each other's points and value each other's attitudes. No person can be perfect match and one should ignore other's mistakes
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