Monthly Archives: April 2012

How to be 100 Percent Present for Your Children During a Divorce

You or your spouse may be moving out of the family house, but that doesn’t mean that either of you are moving out of your children’s lives. And it’s important to let your children know that you are still their … Continue reading

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Facing Single Parenthood

The prospect of parenting on your own can be daunting, especially if it comes on top of another major life change such as divorce or death of a partner. There are ways to cope, however, and you have more resources … Continue reading

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How The Cookie Crumbles

Too many Fathers of divorce and paternity status have been left behind for the baking (hyperbole) where their children are concerned. A society infatuated with progress, we as children and grandchildren of the generations preceding us have possibly little knowledge … Continue reading

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Titanic Centennial & “Dead Beat Dad”

On the centennial for the Titanic disaster USC Classical Radio reported the story of one musician who perished whose family was billed by White Star Lines for the cost of their son’s lost uniform. Treated as second class citizens in … Continue reading

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