My children (teens) don't want to me take anything in my divorce. They feel bad for their father, as I was the leaver. They didn't witness the emotional/verbal abuse, they do not understand. Do I look out for my own interests, or do I do anything I can to keep my children from thinking negativly about me? My biggest fear is my children distancing themselves from me out of anger that I am "treating their father badly", as odd as that is given the situation.
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