that even when my husband and I were together, for the last 2 months we were together ...... I felt like a single parent anyway. He'd put my daughter in jeopardy in ways I'd rather not go into right now, but he was so self-centered that he never truly put her first. I couldn't trust him to even care for her for an hour while I went to an app't, so instead I'd take her everywhere with me or leave her with a relative to babysit. So going from being together to being separated (back on Dec 2) didn't really affect the parenting part as much as it affected the marriage part.
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