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A Letter to My Daughters Absent Father

You Don’t Know What You’re Missing :: A Letter to My Daughter’s Absent Father

“Sorry” is a word frequently used in this world. So common, in fact, that unless actions back it up, it’s practically useless. I believe forgiveness is divine, but I struggle with bestowing that upon you in particular, my daughter’s often-absent father.    I don’t wish you any ill will, in fact, I hope you lead […]

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Co-Parenting

Ground Rules for Co-Parenting

I am a stepparent to three children who, as a result of their parents’ divorce, spend time at two different households. At times, this has been very difficult for everyone involved–at least in part because along with two households, also comes two ways of doing things. This is true for all blended and divorced families, […]

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The Reality of Divorce: I Miss My Daughter

The Reality of Divorce :: I Miss My Daughter

I’ve been divorced for more than three years now. My daughter is with me 60% of the time and with her dad, 40%. Getting used to the schedule was tough. It’s what I dreaded most about divorce—the fact that my child wouldn’t be with me every night. It’s hard on parents and even harder on […]

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