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Dear Prudence: making amends after a son ruins a family wedding.

I wish you the best in dealing with this insecurity, not only for your own sake, but to spare any other people the pain you caused her. Q. Another child: My wife and I have been married for 10 years. We have a 4-year-old son, and she has a 16-year-old son by a previous marriage. She wants to have another baby girl. She’s 42, I’m 49. I don’t want to have any more kids, and the pressure she’s putting on me is too much—she says she’ll leave me and take our son with her and fight against joint physical custody, even though she knows it would be best for him and she’s admitted that I’m a good father. There are many reasons I don’t want more kids (health, age, money, et cetera). I tell her she’s going to destroy the family she has for the family she wants, but it doesn’t sink in. I don’t want to have a heart attack or a stroke, or live to be blamed for her not having what she wants. What do I do?

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