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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce


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I’m excited to announce that I will be appearing (along with my always-supportive mom) in an episode of Karma’s A B*tch on Investigation Discovery this Thursday, May 29. Check it out!

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  1. Looking forward to the show! Fortunately my parents have cable and I am visiting for a few days…so I can watch!!!

  2. You looked good! Bigamy, huh? At least you got that. In Louisville, Ky in 1988, Mel Ignatow and his former girlfriend, Mary Ann Shore-Inlow sexually abused, tortured, killed and buried in a suitcase Mel’s then girlfriend, a pretty young woman name Brenda Sue Schaefer. The prosecution couldn’t prove the case beyond the shadow of a doubt so he was acquitted. A few months later a carpet installer was putting new carpet in the former house of the killer boyfriend. He found some jewelry belonging to Schaefer and undeveloped rolls of film in a floor vent for the duct work. When processed it was documentation of the abuse and torture. Ignatow and was subsequently tried for perjury before a federal grand jury and jailed for about 5 years. Later he was tried for perjury in the state court and sentenced to 9 years. He died alone from a injury when he fell and bled to death in his home. Sometimes you have to take what you can get, not what you want.

  3. Yes, Karma is a bitch in the same way she can be gentle and kinda. It is interesting that Karma tends to be associated more with bad happening.

    I took and interest in your blog because the behavior of your husband was in the arena of my wife’s. A few months after the funeral I sat with a 30 year credentialed Dr. and had a conversation for a number of reasons : not just for my children but to confirm what I had written on a post it and put in my breast pocket to hand to the Dr at a certain point. After a conversation that included photos going back to the first summer we met, 15 years ago, family history, and so forth, he looked at me and said, “She was a psychopath, a narcissist, and very likely a Sociopath. On the paper in my pocket I had written the same three words.

    I think more people deal with these sort of people than is even recognized. Those men and women that cause other women and men the problems they do, I think that often times the situation has more to do with the behavior of one individual in the relationship and less to do with it not working out. It is true that sometimes people grow apart and so forth but it is also another story when a spouse is hiding money and setting you up to throw you to the street and leave you with nothing. Big difference. People who have never dealt with such individuals have a tough time understanding.

    1. What a validating experience for you:) It’s so true that people that have never dealt with those types do not understand. They try to apply decency and rationality where there is none.

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