Thanksgiving is coming, and although there are many posts about divorce and the holidays, there rarely seems to be any about the unknown well wisher. This Thanksgiving, I decided to address these true unsung heroes of the divorce world.
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My husband met Gwen Stefani once, many moons ago. He jokes that he was about to ask her to have a drink with him when Gavin Rossdale swooped in and stole her out from under his nose. When I first read the story of her divorce from Gavin, I sent him a Facebook post and […]
According to my calendar, it is almost that time of year again…the dreaded holidays. There are few things worse for the adult dealing with parents that are divorced or divorcing than the holiday season. The holiday season is fraught with all kinds of obstacles, the first one being the transition of any traditions where the […]
My Facebook feed blew up last week regarding the topic of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s divorce. I am not sure if people are dealing with shock, sadness, or some other emotion regarding the break-up of a celebrity marriage that people had idealized or some other issue is happening. However, it has caused me to […]
My youngest son just turned 15. This has brought to my mind a story from shortly after I had adopted my children. My ex-husband and I adopted our children in March of 2005, following a six-month foster care placement for the kids. We had to move the date because my grandfather died, and that meant […]
After a divorce, you can’t predict the emotions you’ll be dealing with when grieving an ex-spouse’s death, but the path to healing can be found.