Master Don Juan
- Jul 29, 2020
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Meaningful is a statement of comparison, they only have their peers to compare to anyways and that's always gonna be a "Grass is greener".Silly analogy. Having married parents is a lot more meaningful to a child’s life than choice of breakfast.
Lots of people successfully raise children out of wedlock, I'm sure many don't as well, also let's not pretend the divorce rate is under 50% or something. Even when people say "We stay married for the kids" that describes a *change in circumstance* something that would never happen in the first place, I view a change in circumstance as more impactful than not, obviously outright father absence is incredibly harmful but that's not what we're even talking about.
Even if you are married, you go to work, kids have schedules, some parents are married and don't even see their kids much in the first place. This has so much more to do with the individual than some legal status.