Refer to Your “Notes”

I just finished reading Jessica Bram’s book, Happily Ever After Divorce: Notes of a Joyful Journey. I found it to be a wonderfully uplifting collection of stories about life after divorce and the evolution of a family.

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“Don’t Get Angry, Get Knowledge”

Last evening, I had the extreme pleasure of attending an “Evening of Support, Information and a Vision for Your Future” in Westport, CT.  Featured speakers included  Susan Filan (attorney/mediator),  Jessica Bram (author: Happily Ever After Divorce:  Notes of a Joyful Journey) and Lili Vasileff (divorce financial planner).  They were joined by therapists Nancy Wergeles and Elizabeth Crossfield, who head up a local divorce support group. The room was full of people seeking resources to guide them in their journey.  I thought the panel did a fabulous job explaining the differences between litigation and mediation, the need for financial planning as […]

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Discrimination?

Today, I met a man who told me his Horrid Divorce Story- the typical male version (she ‘took him to the cleaners’).  But he survived!  And when it was all over, he proudly displayed his divorce decree at his office.   And then, he was asked to take it down. Why???  If divorced people can’t show off the universal symbol of their status, then all those married people should leave their rings at home.  It’s only fair, right? Google+

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