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A Divorcee’s Dating Deadline

A Divorcee’s Dating Deadline Depending on your perspective (especially if you’re a divorcee* like myself), you’ll soon be taking a side on this perplexing issue, one that has—within the last 18 months of my own life—become a prominent, yet hotly … Continue reading

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Revelations from an Aussie Dad

[Disclaimer: This blog, and all entries I’ve made over the last few years, shies away from generalizing that such issues are only happening here in the country I live in, abroad, away from ‘home’.  Even if I’ve stated that international … Continue reading

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A Bro Hug, Much Appreciated

3.5 years.  That’s the span of hellishness for which I have endured a bombardment of attacks from a particular “source”, and, admittedly, some blows have landed, knocking the wind out of me with force, sending me, buckled over, into the … Continue reading

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Awesome Attitudes

This Yahoo posting makes sense.  How I wish… https://us.yahoo.com/news/this-is-my-ex-womans-emotional-post-about-her-childs-father-goes-viral-185808744.html

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An Article That Sheds Light

A childhood friend just sent me this article. What an absolute shame.  If a parent does that, there should be laws and incarceration as a consequence.  Child abuse, indeed.  

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Absurdities Continue

The following is the latest ridiculousness of the Custody Appeal Case; such allegations are nonsensical fabrications.  Without any hesitation, the aspects of the allegations which are ridiculous and absurd are marked with a BS. Custody case related opinions are listed below: … Continue reading

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Sustained Incredulity

Here is a letter I wrote tonight, ostensibly to my children, sending it to their mother’s email, about the pressure of my 7-year-old daughter having been told to study to prepare for a “big test”, one she was told may hinder … Continue reading

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