In your marriage/relationship that changed the entire dynamics of it just so you could be happy? Meaning like if you divorced or ended it, even though the other person didn't want a divorce, there were children involved, and there was enough hurt and pain to last a lifetime.
Would you end everything just so you could be happy? Meaning that in the long run you'd be a mother, friend, and some day a better spouse to someone else? Would you stay just because you're in your comfort zone, or fight for your own personal happiness.
I'm in a tough situation right now. I want a divorce and I haven't been married that long, but we've been together a long time. I've voiced my opinion and have told him I want a divorce, he's in denial. I have met someone else, that came into the picture after I made my announcement. Now we're ready to give up all the mess and drama to be with each other, but is it worth all of this for me to be happy?
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