Year: 2015 Articles

Fond Memories

Fond Memories

Many divorced couples want to pack up all the memories of the time they were together and ship it off to Forgotten Land. Get rid of the photo albums, the keepsakes, the loving Valentine’s Day cards, the risqué notes you left in his suitcase before he went out of town...

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If We Were Still Married

If We Were Still Married

Guest Blog by Lynne Meredith Golodner This blog first appeared on Lynne Golodner’s blog, Nourish Cafe, on June 28, 2015. Would you say bad things about me to the kids? Would you blame me for their unhappiness, for their disappointment, for being late or early or just...

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The Bumpy Road

The Bumpy Road

It’s nobody’s fault, really. Sometimes the road is smooth and sometimes it’s rough and that’s just the way life is. Just like a marriage goes through cycles – times when you are so enamored with one another and everything fits and flows, and times when you annoy each...

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Speaking Out About the Tsimhoni Case

Speaking Out About the Tsimhoni Case

I am sure there’s a lot more to the story of the Tsimhoni children being banished to the juvenile detention center Children’s Village by Judge Lisa Gorcyca. (See the story here.) There must be. But even so, even with all of the information we don’t know, it’s still...

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Reflecting on Human Nature

Reflecting on Human Nature

Recently, a 30-year-old female client came to me post-divorce for help with an ex who was trying to intimidate and threaten her. They have two children together, and the divorce is final, but the ex just won’t move on. In fact, the woman, my client, has her life...

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