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She Is One Half Of Each Of Us

In 2001, the year before my little one was born, a Judge already wrote these wise words. They are as true today as they were 13 years ago. Children should not be brought into their adult rock-heads’ fights. All I know, is that it hurts me to see my little one hurt.

The Worst Divorce Possible

Monday Morning. The coffee has passed my lips but hasn’t kicked yet. The long weekend’s mail is busy downloading in the background and to pass the time I open a few of my favourite news channels to see what happened over the weekend. So I see this picture and I burst a whole mouthful of […]

Dancing With My Father Again

One of my previous posts [Declaration of Peace - click here] generated an unusually huge number of comments. Some were just reflecting on (and reminding me of) the popular song “Dance with my father again” by the legendary Luther Vandross. Other comments were more personal, with many lamenting how their parent’s divorce issues spilled over […]

Declaration of Peace

As you know, it was Tracey’s (my first-born daughter) wedding a few weeks ago and we recently received the official photos. The photographer managed to capture the memories of the day in every shot. She looked so beautiful, but then I think most brides look incredibly beautiful to their Daddy’s (and their Grooms) on that […]

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