My husband is emailed me since he is out of town saying all of these things about not wanting to break up our family. It sounded sincere and full of thought and sense but it is just the same ol' thing all over again and then I'm back to this place. He makes it sound like if my kids get screwed up, it wasn't because he wanted the divorce...not in so many words. He has a lot to lose monetarily and honestly, I am at the point that I don't want his retirement monies since I will be fine w/ what I have. I just want out for my kids' sake. I live in the possible. Is this a stupid thing? To omit the retirement thing? His first ex-wife opted not to take his retirement, too. What do you think?
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