Once again, it’s been awhile. Consistency is not my strong suit, I’m not going to lie.
May is an absolutely crazy month for me. 297 more words
“Moving on doesn’t mean that you forget about things. It just means you have to accept what happened and continue living.”
Much like this quote, just because you get a divorce does not mean it has to be settled in a drawn out, horrific courtroom. 382 more words
The President of the Supreme Court, Lord Neuberger, delivered the keynote address “A View From on High” (which we understand was not a title of his choosing) at this year’s Civil Mediation Conference on 12 May 2015. 695 more words
There are many doors, the sages say, and so it is that those of us on this path of beautiful groovy awesome greatness have many teachers to choose from. 691 more words
When parents’ relationships break down, the aftershock is felt by all those around them. The first to be affected are often the children.
In November last year, Resolution (1) commissioned research which surveyed 14-22 year olds about the effect of their parent’s break-up, asking how it had directly affected them. 669 more words