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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

Reframing Fair

Life’s not fair. You probably first heard those words back in elementary school when a classmate’s misdeeds resulted in mass discipline or some slight against you went unpunished. If you’re anything like me, those words only served to salt the wound, as the brain kicked up reasons that this was different. That this time, theContinue reading “Reframing Fair”

Court Ordered Pause: Part Two

This is a follow up to Court Ordered Pause. Wow, you all (or perhaps I should say ya’ll…after all, I am a Texas gal!) gave me quite a bit to think about yesterday. Thank you for the responses from around the globe. Some of the prolonged waiting periods feel absolutely horrific. My divorce took 8Continue reading “Court Ordered Pause: Part Two”

Marital Fraud: Questions Answered

My recent Huffington Post piece, It’s Not Fraud If You’re Married has generated some interesting and thoughtful questions. Here are the answers to some of them. It may make you think about your own situation. Why don’t I take him to court to make him pay? That’s a whole essay! Read it here: Why IContinue reading “Marital Fraud: Questions Answered”

Why Criminal Pursuit is a Game I Refuse to Play

Here is my response to the oft-asked question. “Why don’t you find him and make him pay?” Why I Refuse to Play Criminal Pursuit on Huffington Post

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