One of my favorite illustrations of the divorce issue rests in the plight of an elected official years ago. This lawmaker was a ‘tough guy’ on the issue of child support. He bucked and stomped in our Indiana Statehouse, calling for toughened penalties against those men and women who were involved with the system. When non-custodial parents would come to the statehouse to express their views on the unfairness of the laws that lawmakers created, he objected the loudest.
Ask Nana:Great video and great advice. Kudos to Lenon Honor and his wife, Aida. I can confer as a Mental Health Professional for many years and also from my own experience. One thing that is missing in this presentation is the focus on the female in this relationship. Why is she so angry? Of course he obviously does not know or cannot see what it is that has made her so angry, but it could be a number of things. She may have come from a very angry household and he may have come from an abusive
A Doctor will tell you that “Men are From Mars and Women are from Venus,” and a Celebrity will tell you to Act like a Lady think like a Man,” both of these titles implying that men are one way and women are another.
Prior to reading this blog titles like this might have made sense or been intriguing to you, but my book will cause you to ask questions like if all men are the same and all women are the same, why is the divorce rate so high, if all males are alike and females are alike wouldn’t ever
by: Divorce and Its Implications: As Shared By A Family Lawyer From Tampa
There has been a surging rate in the number of divorce cases in Tampa and the rest of the country. The rising trend for divorce is not only an isolated case within the circle of celebrities as we often see in the television. Divorce has been increasingly moving closer to home.
According to a well-known family lawyer and divorce lawyer from Tampa, this phenomenon does not only affect the parents who are the main subjects o
According to Census Bureau (2000) reports, there has been a steady decline of couples of all races getting married. For the past thirty-six years, the marriage rate has gone down by fifty percent. More couples are opting to live together rather than "risk" their relationship to a marriage that has a fifty percent chance of ending in divorce, per current U.S. divorce rates.
However, for African Americans, the decline in marriages is disproportionate when compared to the general