Is this enough to end a marriage over? We have MANY other problems (we're currently back in marriage counseling-but may divorce anyway), but this one is so difficult for me to pass over. I've always wanted a child and when we got married my husband stated that he wanted to be married for a year first. After the first year, it went to two years. He's had chemotherapy and now has a low sperm count. I want a child but it isn't happening naturally. Doctors have stated that we are more likely to hit the lottery (great tact!) than to conceive on our own. He has a daughter that lives with us during the summer and winter breaks. I want to proceed with assisted technology and he doesn't seem to want to put in the effort or finances. Should this being the final straw that broke the (always self-sacrificing) camel's back? Do I stay?
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