“What do you think makes a divorce contentious?” As the professor waited for a response I looked around the room to see what anyone would say. I knew that I was going to be the only person who would really know the answer. Most – if not all – people in my class had probably never even gotten married, let… Read More Fifty Percent
How do you prevent going insane, when your ex does everything they can to drive you crazy?… Read More When It’s Always Your Fault
Sometimes I wish we could just figure out a way to get along.… Read More Why Can’t We Be Friends?
I found out my divorce was official via a random email on a Saturday morning around 4 am about 6 weeks after I had moved out of our home and in with my parents. I couldn’t sleep so I picked up my phone, and suddenly saw the email from my attorney. Somehow the divorce had become finalized and… Read More The Stuff No One Tells You About Divorce
One of the things that I regret doing when I was going through my divorce was taking advice from everyone. This is what happened: My divorce was dramatic. That was mostly my fault, as I chose to share it with more people than I probably should have. It didn’t help that the papers were served… Read More What Getting Divorced Taught Me
Like I mentioned in a post the other day, I believe that in every story there are always multiple versions of the truth. That is because people can only give an accurate picture from their own point of view. Some people are capable of looking at things from multiple points of view. For some, however,… Read More Day 10: Half-you Half-me
So here is how my Thursday has been going: I had to go to court again this morning. I’ve now lost track how many times we’ve been there. I think it was because my attorney and his attorney missed each other and wanted to hang out in a court of law. (Hey, what are you… Read More Perry Mason and Frappuccinos
Recently I was reading a post another blogger wrote about in laws. When you get divorced, what do you call the people who have always been your “in laws?” Do they become your “exes,” too? Do they become something else? Or do they become nothing at all? This is the link to the post I was reading: http://goodmombadwife.com/2014/10/13/am-i-missing-something/ When we were… Read More Who Gets to Keep the Family?
For the past three years I’ve had in my possession a rather nice 50 something inches projection TV that I might have liked under other circumstances. A refrigerator. That’s what my husband was supposed to be shopping for when he went to the appliance store that day way back when. He did purchase a… Read More The TV called Spite