Profile in Psychology Today

Thanks to Psychology Today and Rachel Clark for profiling me about  my divorce and efforts to work for divorce reform! You can also read more there about the Coalition for Divorce Reform! http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/marry-divorce-reconcile/201106/can-story-inspire-divorce-reform



2 responses so far:

  • Afy – Mar 14, 2018 at 3:09 PM

    I’ve @boone09660 I’ve been through two as well. One when I was three and one when I was teetrhin. This video was right when it said how each age group would be affected. I’m sixteen now, and my anger, fear of separation or losing someone, being fearful of my own relationships, angry outbursts, etc. ruined the best thing that has ever happened to me And now it’s too late. I dated my best friend of two years for five months and it ended horribly because I was such a night mare I miss Bethany
  • Victor – Mar 14, 2018 at 3:10 PM

    I toaltly @lissat22 I toaltly understand you. Im 13 too, but my parents divorced when I was 4. It’s just the saddest thing on earth (after death xd), my mom was a single mom with me and my brother, then she got a boyfriend, who she got a little girl with, and then seperated about 1-2 years ago. I hate it when my friends who their parents are still married/together, just brag about it. They don’t know how sad and depressing it could be. They don’t know how much you can cry. They’re life is just so perfect.


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