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Monthly Archives: January 2013

A Nod to Single Fathers

Our blog has been in uproar lately over the rights of single mothers. Single mothers live under a powerful, life-altering stigma, but that’s not to say single fathers have it much easier. It’s high time we championed the plight of the single fathers, and that’s what we intend to do.…

January 31st, 2013 Divorce Parenting, Life After Divorce

Itchy Relationships

We’ve all heard of the seven-year itch, and as adults we each have our own opinions about its existence. Some committed people live in fear of the clock striking that magical number of years when the relationship will crumble, and I guess that’s why I don’t buy into the seven-year…

January 29th, 2013 Marriage Problems & Advice

“A.C.O.D.” Is a Must-See for A.C.O.D.

There has been lots of speculation about what affects people most in divorce. Are people most hurt by the inherent fracture of a family, or are they affected by the manner of the split? This is a question many people are currently struggling with, like social scientists, psychologists, and movie…

January 25th, 2013 Divorce and Children

Society VS Single Mothers, Part 3

The single mother stigma and prejudice has a long history, as we established in Part 1. The presence of a single mother has almost always caused society to defensively bare its teeth and warily back away. However, this has created an imbalance of social mobility for single mothers and their…

January 23rd, 2013 Divorce and Children, Life After Divorce

Society VS Single Mothers, Part 2

As we were discussing in our last blog, single mothers have a hard line to tow. Beyond the daily childcare, housekeeping, and bread-winning, single mothers must face the inherent stigma of being “a single mother.”  Society either pities or condemns single mothers just for caring for their children in the…

January 21st, 2013 Divorce and Children

Society VS Single Mothers, Part 1

When old-world topics of gossip and shame surface the usual response is, “This is the 21st century!” This is the response I was expecting when I saw a blog entitled “Single Mothers Are to Blame for Sons’ Poor Grades? Our Readers Weigh In.” Boy, was I mistaken. Of course, the…

January 18th, 2013 Divorce and Children

Divorce Reminds Us of Change

Divorce reminds most people of things like tearful nights alone, long custody battles, and villainous mistresses. But when we see headlines in Reuters like “Pakistani women turn to once-taboo divorce to escape abuse,” divorce beings to remind us of different things. Divorce begins to remind us of things like women’s…

January 9th, 2013 Divorce and Religion, Divorce Information

To Cowardly Co-Parents Needing Courage

In 2013, humans live in an increasingly technologically dependent world, which is not always a horrible thing. Technology allows people to connect and stay connected on opposing poles of the earth, and technology has enabled doctors to treat patients better than ever. But technology is affecting one of the most…

January 8th, 2013 Divorce Parenting, Life After Divorce

Bite-Sized Divorce Advice

If you hadn’t heard, January marks the beginning of the divorce rush. In the past, attorneys and divorce lawyers have noticed an influx of clients after the New Year, extending into the beginning of February. Some attribute the sudden spike in divorce to couples waiting until after the holiday to…

January 3rd, 2013 Divorce Advice, Divorce and Children, Life After Divorce

Laura Doyle Method, Part l: Are Women Marriage Killers?

Relationship advice and people who give advice about relationships are two subjects that conjure up lots of tense moments and charged silences. Well, one Huffington Post blog, entitled “Women: 5 Reasons Your Divorce is Your Fault,” combines both of those uncomfortable topics most people wouldn’t touch with a ten foot…

January 2nd, 2013 Marriage Problems & Advice

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