I can’t believe October is almost over already! The weeks are flying by.
The issue of trust is often a “hot potato” in divorce proceedings. We have all heard that relationships that are based on lies are doomed, but still many (most?) married couples would likely admit to telling little fibs, or “white lies” to their spouses. So does that mean that lying to your spouse is okay as long as it isn’t a “big lie,” or is a lie a lie no matter how big or small? Daniel Clement’s New York Divorce Blog addresses this issue in a recent post, “Lies: Good or Bad for a Marriage?”
In case you didn’t know, the authors of the best selling book “Freakonomics” also have a blog by the same name. A recent post had some interesting data on marriage(s) which caught my eye, and I thought I would share it with you.
The Balloon Boy story is still full of hot air (sorry couldn’t help myself).