He’s always been mine. Since the minute I was born he was mine. Growing up he was mine, he still is. Except now I have to share him. 657 more words
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Find Humor Where You Can
As you might be realizing by now, this divorce is taking a toll. I have to come up with ways of finding humor where none really should exist: 232 more words
I am going to make a very bold claim: so-called “alternative” families are near occasions of sin for children.
In order for readers to understand this claim, I will first define a few terms: 312 more words
There are many things children of divorce are not supposed to think about or question. One of them is how their inheritances get funneled in different directions during and after a divorce. 253 more words
I came across the blog of somebody who is divorced and remarried. She has a son from the first marriage, and she asked him if he ever imagines him, her, and his dad all together again as a normal family. 130 more words