The furore around the Beckhams got me thinking. Are they divorcing? Aren’t they? What happened? This isn’t really what I’m thinking personally – I don’t know them and it’s none of my business. I feel sorry for anyone experiencing that, … Continue reading So What Happened? The intrigue and inquisitiveness in separation and divorce.
She has children. He has a career. She’s higher up the career ladder. They’re married. He’s single. They own a house. She’s travelling. Her children are so well behaved. She’s a leader. He’s always so well presented. How often have … Continue reading The Grass is Greener: Encouragement vs Envy
A short while ago I attended a hen do and two thoughts sped through my brain around 10.30pm in quick succession. ‘I would never have been doing this if all of ‘that’ hadn’t happened to me.’ And… ‘I love my … Continue reading A-Z of Divorce: Y is for…Yourself
Yesterday’s reading of one of my guilty pleasures got me thinking – what are you saying when you wearing a wedding ring, and when do you take it off? Continue reading When do you take off a wedding ring?
I know, I know, it doesn’t technically start with ‘x’. But it would seem strange not to include the ‘ex’ in an A-Z of divorce. In this instance though, there’s a different focus. It’s not so much our exes themselves … Continue reading A-Z of Divorce: X is for… Ex-in-laws
‘Here’s what you could’ve won!’ A classic Bullseye catchphrase and precisely how it feels when you attend a wedding as a newly separated person, a divorcing person, or a divorced person. Choosing to go to someone else’s wedding can be … Continue reading A-Z of Divorce: W is for… Weddings
“There are two sides to every story.” An old adage applying as much to separation and divorce as to any other situation. The significance in this instance is that only the two protagonists can fully know the story – yet … Continue reading A-Z of Divorce: V is for…Version