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Monthly Archives: June 2011
Are You Riding Shotgun to Your Fear?. Whether business or divorce…..FEAR can ruin your life. Conquering that fear and create SUCCESS in your life!
http://goo.gl/tjky6 You will often find that I post business posts here. That is because many of you are business people and entrepreneurs–who happen to be experiencing a divorce. Masterminds – 25 Ways to Find the Right Fit by Dr. Shannon Reece … Continue reading
Don’t Forget The Healing Power of the Small Things in Life Sometimes, the smallest of things can render you speechless. The past two weeks have been very strenuous. About six a.m. this morning I went outside to set the water … Continue reading
Are You Riding Shotgun to Your Fear?.
The Great Depression of the 1930’s is even scarier in statistics than in legend. Scholars estimate that nearly 50% of children during the Great Depression did not have adequate food, shelter, or medical care. Many suffered rickets.g Industrial production … Continue reading
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4IesbCBUNs Jason Weis, attorney with Shoun, Back, Walinsky, & Curran in Fairfax, VA was my guest Video Blogger. I asked him to speak to us about how to choose the right divorce attorney for you. http://novapropertydivorce.com Randy Morrow
My friend Reg Gupton sent this post. There are some very valuable tips for people going through divorce or difficult times. It takes many, many skills to get through life successfully. Many of them we pick up as children from … Continue reading
I received the following today from Chris Heller, a Keller Williams Associate. As I’m reading it I start applying the principles to divorce, and they are the same. If you focus on … Continue reading
“You always pass failure on the way to success” — Mickey Rooney Marriage and Divorce Are on the Same Road. No, I’m not crazy for saying this. You can’t have either one without the other, right? The difference is in … Continue reading
By Deborah Moskovitch Forgiveness and letting go are topics that often arise in my divorce consulting practice. The individuals who were “wronged” either through betrayal, shattered promises, or a whole host of other reasons want an apology. Many feel that … Continue reading