continue with the therapy. don't expect a quick fix from it. a couple of sessions is not enough to solve your issues. are you having individual therapy sessions or marriage counseling? sounds to me like you could use a bit of both. don't think that if something happens to him that you can't make it. there are millions of single mom's out there that do just fine by themselves. you may not want to hear this, but you contiuously becoming pregnant, and then misscarrying is not healthy by any means. i can only hope and pray that your current pregnancy will be a relatively safe one, with few or no complications. if you two are fighting in front of your daughter, that is affecting her in more ways than you think. getting into a screaming match in her prescence is not ok. the two of you need to find some time away from her (when she is napping, for ex.) to calmly express your feelings and concerns to one another. she's too young to understand what is going on, but i'll bet she does understand some of what is being said. (more than you think) my best advice to you is to find a healthy outlet for yourself. a mommy group, or whatever you like. find someone to watch caitlyn for a while so that you are able to get the much needed time for yourself. large amounts of stress is unhealthy, and especially while being pregnant. that alone, could cause you to misscarry again, if your not careful. you are in my prayers, and i hope that you and sam can work things out, not only for the sake of your children, but because you love each other. if it doesn't work, then don't beat yourself up for it. you have to make a marriage work. it takes A LOT of hard work, understanding, patience, and communication. a divorce will not kill you, him, or caitlyn. it's always heartbreaking when a marriage ends, but sometimes it is for the best. only you and sam know if you truly want to make this work, or give up. none of us can tell you to stay or leave. that's your decision. do what you feel is best for you and your child. i should not have to tell you that kids who grow up in hostile enviroments have lasting relationship problems themselves, and will come out very damaged from it. they can heal, but it often takes years of therapy.