Overcoming a Friday the 13th!

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Divorce is usually a tough process emotionally, so it’s sorta like piling on to be going through a divorce, or any other litigation, and also have to deal with a Friday the 13th! One of my favorite blogs is the Positivity Blog  and they have a post today that doesn’t mention Friday the 13th, but it seems like it would …

Using Technology to Stay in Contact*

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*A soon-to-be-obsolete checklist of new tools that you can use to stay in touch with your kids and other family member. (Please help by sending your comments with new ideas!) When families split up, there’s always a challenge in staying in contact with each other. Mostly, this is an issue for parents, grandparents and children, but it can also come …

Paying Attention to the Internet and Social Media in Divorces

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A few days ago, I learned of an old friend from years ago who had recently passed away. After his death, I discovered that he had a Face Book page and it was still up. It got me thinking about how social media sites seem timeless, and I wondered what normally happens after the principal dies. This may seem like …

Divorce and Social Networking – New Rules

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A couple of months ago, Daniel Clement posted a nice article with suggestions about how to stay out of trouble during a divorce when you participate in social networking. Here’s what he had to say: “Remember the YouTube spectacle of Tricia Walsh Smith who publicly humiliated her husband and, ultimately, herself. In the age of social networking, new rules of …