Blog Posts in January, 2011

  • Are You Safe? Your first choice must be to protect your children and yourself

    Anyone who is a victim of domestic violence must understand how the l egal process works and how to obtain a court order of protection—also called a restraining order or domestic violence order. But knowledge of the process, or even having the order in hand, does not, by any means, eliminate the necessity to remain ever vigilant and at all times keenly aware of the perpetrator’s existence. The ...
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  • Heroic Parenting - Choose to love your children more than you hate your ex

    By Michele Lowrance Two out of three children from divorced families as adults have decided not to have children of their own according to Dr. Judith S. Wallerstein’s long-term studies. (Wallerstein, Judith, The Unexpected Legacy of Divorce, p. 67.) The reasons given range from, “They would not want to be the kind of parent they had,” to “If their marriage ended in divorce, their children might go ...
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