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I made a decision to tell the people I love what I think when they come to mind. We spend time with people…we laugh over old memories and we make new ones – we usher compliments – and we thank them […]

In this era of data overload, giving away the coveted email address is something most do with trepidation. After all, it’s already difficult enough to navigate the ever overflowing virtual inbox. The trick is finding the right content, thus making […]

I know many people who have suffered the excruciating pain and indignity of an extramarital affair.  Their loss is often intensified because they feel as if they never truly knew the individual they dedicated their hearts to. Affairs are far […]

Some divorces are simple. They involve two mature adults who have the ability to be rational despite the demise of their relationship. Other divorces are brutal. They involve one or more adults who have zero ability to be rational despite […]

I ran into a friend who recently divorced. The smile on her face – well, it was the stuff dental commercials are made of – bright and blinding. She was happy. In fact, happier than I had seen her in […]

When I had my first baby I received all types of advice. There were a plethora of well-intentioned individuals who wanted to warn me of how to best transition into this major life change. A rule follower as always I […]

A friend of mine posted a link on Facebook asking everyone to type the one word which best describes them. Or should I say, the single word we hope best describes us? It’s hard to narrow it down to a […]

I’ve been a little inconsistent as of late – with my column that is. I had no idea how consuming it would be to go to court. The stress of standing before someone who was once your very best friend […]

I just met with my divorce attorney. It’s our four-year anniversary. Who knew I would be ending one relationship and beginning another? After all, I never imagined my divorce would last the duration of the Presidency. I believed it to […]

There is a contradiction to Hurricane Harvey’s torment. The images which blend the horrific and the inspiring. The portraits of both professional and ordinary heroes: Linking arms to rescue motorists Hugging tear soaked victims Risking life  for even four legged […]