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Month: December 2020

No one can whistle a symphony

"No one can whistle a symphony. It takes a whole orchestra to play it.” – H.E. Luccock “Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is a success.” – Henry Ford While reflecting on the events that took place in 2020, the year that...

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Tis the Season of Taking

Admit it. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced you to reevaluate certain aspects of your life, like your marriage. After spending every day of the last nine months working from home with your husband, one more family dinner with him chewing with his mouth wide open is...

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Christmas Yet To Come

If ever there were a Christmas to dwell upon Dickens’ timeless offering to tradition, this is it. This is it for a host of reasons, “Are there no workhouses?” is one.  But another is the three Ghosts, creating chapters of Scrooge’s life for him to analyze where he has...

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Resolve to be Better Co-Parents in 2021

If you're in a co-parenting situation and you've survived 2020 with no issues, congratulations! The world has been hard enough this year without drama from your ex. Regardless of how your relationship with your ex/co-parent has been, regardless of why you separated or...

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A First Christmas

Her eight-year old daughter still believes in Santa. And for the past seven years, it's worked out well that the little girl travels to a winter wonderland each Christmas. Her father's house in the suburbs of Toronto, Canada have snow-covered roof, twinkling lights,...

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"All is fair in love and war." In divorce, both apply. Most of the time, clandestine actions aren't required, aren't even contemplated in divorce. They just don't apply. Most of the time, the soon-to-be exes are sufficiently straightforward with each other that...

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Divorcing with Dignity

We have all heard the stories. A couple has been married for over 20 years. Admittedly there has been ups and downs, however, the majority of the marriage was peaceful. Although the parties love each other dearly, they've finally decided to stop trying to fit a square...

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