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Been there, done that

Melvin Burgess, writing in the Guardian's Family section this weekend...

My advice to anyone thinking of breaking up the family in which their kids have been brought up from the start would be that it will cause more mayhem than you dare to imagine. Don't think for a second that your children are going to be happier because you split up; unless your partner is a genuine bastard, they are probably not. And if you're thinking of starting a family, does your local community, family or otherwise, think your chosen partner fits the job description? What are your support networks? Don't try it till you've lived in the same place for three years at least...


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