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In Divorce, Compromise is NOT a Dirty Word

Posted in Divorce Process, Parenting, Children & Divorce

Hi there, While listening to the recent doom and gloom about the government shutdown, I was incredibly annoyed by the perception that everyone in elected office in Washington should have been forced to compromise by their own common sense. It also occurred to me that Washington is not unlike divorce court. Opposing sides, rigid positions, angry murmurs —… Continue Reading

Divorce and the Fiscal Cliff

Posted in Divorce Process, Holidays

Hi there, If you follow me on Twitter you know I am a political junkie.  Politics affects our lives in many aspects.  Good political functioning requires compromise.  Reading both sides’ bitter complaints about the fiscal cliff agreement, it is clear that the deal represents a compromise.  Everyone is unhappy to some degree.  They are glad… Continue Reading