Hi, because you went offline, the chat ended. So let me help you here in the question/answer format.
She seems to be as clear about not wanting children as you are about wanting to have children. This is a problem you two can't negotiate to a resolution. There is no midpoint. You two will either have or you will not have kids.
This is why the key here is the strength and quality of the love between the two of you. If you love her so much that you would be willing to say to me 30 years from now when you're 70 that it was worth it to stay married to her, then you know the answer would be to stay in the marriage.
But if you know that you will become more and more bitter about this, then it is important to end the relationship on the best note possible and to move on. It's painful now, clearly, I can see, to think about ending the marriage. But will it be even more painful next year and the year after that, etc.?
That's my concern for you here. That you are distraught now, but you may become bitter and very unhappy if you don't continue to discuss this with her and come to a decision between the two of you that is definitive on this issue.
Okay, I wish you the very best!
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