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Many people wonder about the kind of relationship, if any, they should have with step-children, “half-siblings, and other extended young family members. Is it really necessary to have a relationship with your ex’s step-child. In any kind of relationship there is the opportunity to…
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Tuesday, 28 May 2013 14:15
It was a Saturday; I remember the morning distinctly because that was when it happened. I was sat down in a big brown and cozy recliner and told by my Father that he was moving out, along with some cock and bull filler words. You know the kind they use to make bologna in those huge factories? Anywho, I guess you&
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Sunday, 02 September 2012 04:07
Let me start out by saying I personally think my childhood was perfect. I had two loving parents who showered me with attention and affection and I never wanted for anything. I was very well taken care of and given a strong religious background that I can only thank my parents for today.What might&
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Friday, 24 August 2012 10:24
My parents divorced when I was 4 and my brother was 1, but even being that young I can clearly remember the day my Dad first took us to his new home. It was a one-bedroom apartment in Jamaica, Queens, and coming from our sweet suburban house on Long Island, it seemed very shocking — like we had just been&
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Friday, 13 July 2012 08:51
I spent over 10 years going to my Dad's House every other weekend, being picked-up on Friday and dropped off on Sunday, and if there is one thing I would share it's this — Insist that your Ex pick-up and drop-off the children.My parents didn't really get along while I was growing up. My Dad&
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Friday, 06 July 2012 10:10
A divorce between two partners is complicated enough; when mutual friends and in-laws are thrown into the mix, allegiances can be tested and bonds threatened. Loved ones who have come to think of you as part of a pair may suddenly feel forced to take sides.  They may even blame you — temporarily —&
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Saturday, 31 March 2012 07:59
The pictures of his ex-wife are scattered throughout the house, as though she is not only renting space in our home, but also in his brain. There are the pictures of her with his daughters on the beach with their footprints carved into the sand and the one where she is laughing while making a funny clown face with&
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Friday, 06 January 2012 08:44
Okay, so technically you're no longer related to them. And maybe the last thing you want to do after your divorce is deal with your former in-laws. You think, perhaps, they blame you for the break up. Maybe…
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Friday, 30 September 2011 09:17
As a newly divorced mother, you'll be faced with a vast array of challenges in raising your children, and even though you may have finalized your divorce and separated from your ex, it's important to keep in mind that your ex-husband is still the father of…
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Monday, 29 November 2010 12:52
It's that time of year again: Thanksgiving. The relatives gather, friends come calling. Some genuinely want to know how you — and your relationship (or lack of one) — are doing; others are just plain nosy.
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Thursday, 18 November 2010 14:25