HuffPost published a very interesting article that’s worth profiling; it’s titled: “Why You Need to Strive for Indifference Toward Your Ex.” While I agree that “indifference” towards one’s ex may help soothe their transition from being married to being a divorcee, make no mistake: the polar opposite of Love is Hate. Indifference occupies the space in between these two emotions. And, according to the article “indifference” suffices in helping one make such a transition. On the other hand FORGIVENESS is key, because it inoculates one from Hate; FORGIVENESS allows one to maintain love in their heart; it heals the emotional wounds resulting their newly deceased marriage/relationship; but most importantly, FORGIVENESS steadily fuels one progress forward–i.e., away from their past and towards something new.
I read an interesting article on HuffPost today. It’s titled: Bride’s Dad Stops Wedding So Stepdad can Walk Down the Aisle Too. A dad invites his daughter’s stepdad–i.e., his ex-wife’s husband who also helped raise his daughter–to participate in walking her down the aisle. Even though there was acrimony between the men, they learned to co-parent. I wonder how much money they saved in attorney’s fees?
I ran across an interesting article on HuffPost today. It’s titled, “6 Arguments All Couples Have Before They Divorce.” A better title for the article is: “Having These 6 Arguments in your Relationship? Consult a Divorce Attorney Fast!”
A synopsis of appealing a denied claim for social security income (SSI) and/or social security disability income (SSDI) by the Social Security administration.
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