Reading this makes me feel like Foreman on last night’s episode of “House,” strapped to his blood pressure gauge. This sounds all too-familiar, except I didn’t opt for the divorce or the blended family bit. The real lesson we should all take away from this is to figure out how to keep marriages and families together in the first place, not continue to shatter them into a million pieces. Sure, in the meantime, we have to make the best of the huge messes we’ve created. But there simply are no silver linings and continuing to wag that dog is, to me, what Elizabeth Marquardt so eloquently calls in her book “Between Two Worlds” — “happy talk.” A better description of what all this boils down to can be summed up in one word used in the author’s post — “nightmare.” Let’s start doing something about it.