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.Continue reading
Recently, I tore through (not literally, of course) “The High Road Has Less Traffic: Honest Advice On The Path Through Love And Divorce”, by Monique Honaman. And I loved it.
Throughout the 142 pages Monique tells her personal divorce story, beginning with her husband’s “pronouncement” that he no longer wanted to be with her…. all the way through her personal happy ending. Along the way, she touches on those things we all deal with: telling people, learning to be single and acting mildly insane.Continue reading
I recently finished reading A Family’s Heartbreak: A Parent’s Introduction to Parental Alienation by Michael Jeffries and Dr. Joel Davies. To date, I think this is my favorite book about this very important topic. (do I say that about every book I read on this topic?)Continue reading
I know, it’s not Friday yet… at least, not in my timezone. But I’m sure it will be Friday by the time most of you see this post. With that in mind, I thought I’d throw out some fun post-divorce music to jump-start the weekend. This was another one of my favorites back in 2006, around the time I bought my house.
Have a great weekend and enjoy this extremely creative video…Continue reading
I stumbled upon this earlier in the week and have listened to it three times. I think the message is something we all know, but tend to forget due to beer and banana nut muffins. The video is a little more than 20 minutes long, but, IMHO well worth it 😉Continue reading