Category Archives: divorce

Life After Divorce

  So I learned to move through the ups and down waves of divorce – angry kids negotiating finances with the ex friends questions family’s dismissal tackling jobs like changing bank accounts and car titles in manageable pieces enjoying going … Continue reading

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Peace beyond Understanding

The Kingdom of heaven is within.    Luke 17:21 So many of your answers to the questions divorce posses will come from within.  Some come also from the dearest friends and those who’ve been through it.

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Fear Factor

The demands of simple justice are simple, indeed, but not just. Walter Kaufmann With all the recent events between police and protesters, it’s clear how much fear there is in our society – fear by blacks of unjust treatment, fear … Continue reading

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Parenting With Minimal Damage Through Divorce

“The greater part of courage is the courage of  having done the thing before.” R.W. Emerson Hardest part for me – never having done the thing before.  But others have, and I found one or two, and they pulled me through. Journey … Continue reading

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Are Lawyers a Must in Divorce?

“The real slavery of Israel in Egypt was that they had learned to endure it.” Robbi Hanokh   Yes, it’s often necessary to work with lawyers, especially in our litigious society.  No one can craft phraseology to  protect and promote our … Continue reading

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He Was Really Nice

Defraging through Divorce is Painful, but in the end lots of clutter clears and things run smoother.        Me Funny how after the dust settled with the divorce – all the settlement arguments and angst, kids’ new place … Continue reading

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Don’t Tell Anyone

“Don’t ever tell anybody anything.  If you do, you start missing everybody.  J.D. Salinger It suddenly dawns on me., as I start to date again,  this must be an unwritten code of conduct 96% of single men follow. Sometimes they … Continue reading

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