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From Mourning to Morning

From Mourning to Morning

Thursday at 5 PM Pacific

June 23rd 2016:Divorce is a Death

So far, we have been talking about the loss of a loved-one. But what about the loss of a "less-than-loved-one?" Someone who used to share our lives, our kids, our friends? Divorce can be an awful experience. It can shatter lives. And life is now different-where do the kids sleep during the week and who gets them over the weekend? Who cooks the meals, who arranges playdates? Who goes to school conferences? And the parents, once joined together by love, now what? Their friends now have to make choices-I'll be his friend, not hers. She doesn't get invited to social events anymore, because he

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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2522/from-mourning-to-morning From Mourning to Morning https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2522/from-mourning-to-morning So far, we have been talking about the loss of a loved-one. But what about the loss of a "less-than-loved-one?" Someone who used to share our lives, our kids, our friends? Divorce can be an awful experience. It can shatter lives. And life is now different-where do the kids sleep during the week and who gets them over the weekend? Who cooks the meals, who arranges playdates? Who goes to school conferences? And the parents, once joined together by love, now what? Their friends now have to make choices-I'll be his friend, not hers. She doesn't get invited to social events anymore, because her girlfriends don't want their own husbands to look too hard at the divorcee? Can the formerly married retain a civil relationship with each other, or are they nasty and vindictive? Can you be friends with your former wife/husband? This is a great time for you to call in and talk about your own experience. Others will learn from you. Question: how do you make divorce work? Call me-888 346-9141. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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