Divorce on TV

A few weeks ago, I stumbled across the sitcom, Happily Divorced, online. I vaguely remember hearing about the show before it aired. Intrigued by the title, I watched a couple episodes. The gist of the show is simple: husband confesses after many years of marriage that he’s gay, and he can’t afford to move out due to the economy. So they continue to live together while moving on after their divorce. I wasn’t impressed, and it wasn’t just Fran Drescher’s voice that turned me off.

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What *Is* A “Broken Home”?

A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about the various ways parental alienation can take place. In that post, I linked to a rather disturbing audio track which displayed how alienation can be initiated while a marriage is still “intact”. The video has since been revised and you can see the newest version here:

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Movie: Mrs. Doubtfire

I saw Mrs. Doubtfire in the theater when it was released in 1993. At that time, I watched the story through the eyes of a child with divorced parents. I thought it was a nice story, and a funny one. But there was a lot that I didn’t understand. Yet.

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