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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

Death of a Shared Past, or Why Fluid Dynamics Makes Me Smile Alone

I’m in the midst of pinch-me-I-must-be-dreaming moving and settling in to the new home. Those damned paint chips have been turned into almost a dozen gallons of paint that now cover the walls (marking our territory as Brock would say; Tiger has been busy marking his territory outside the home while his parents handle theContinue reading “Death of a Shared Past, or Why Fluid Dynamics Makes Me Smile Alone”

Death of a Shared Past, or Why Fluid Dynamics Makes Me Smile Alone

Several years ago, my then husband and I were on the interstate heading out to our weekly Costco run. The roads were packed and traffic was doing that infuriating start-stop thing where we averaged about .87 mph. I took that opportunity to share the information from an article I had read that applied the theoryContinue reading “Death of a Shared Past, or Why Fluid Dynamics Makes Me Smile Alone”

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