to anybody who Looks at the pictures of my two little boys on my profile you will see 2 of the happiest kids I have ever seen. There are still young but very much attached to doing things together as a family especially my older one. What is in store for them when they come back from visiting grandparents in CA and we have to try to explain to them what is going on and that daddy won't be living with them anymore. How can I minimize their suffering? I feel helpless because I don't want this divorce one because I really do still love my wife and 2 because I don't think my children are going to get the childhood they deserve. I wish I could make this marriage work for their sake but my wife won't budge one inch she won't even consider putting in any effort to keep our family together no counseling no talking no nothing. Even if it failed I wish she would at least try counseling so I could feel like we did everything we could to keep our family intact. Anybody's advice on going through divorce with young children would be appreciated because I am so worried about them right now that I went to the Dr. yesterday and he told me I had given myself an ulcer. What do I do and why does my wife downplay the effect this is going to have on our children? I just don't get it.
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