When you were first married you may have been able to name 10 things you loved about your spouse with little to no effort at all. A decade and several marital problems later, you may be able to relate to other Texas spouses who say they feel like strangers in their own homes.
Couples who file for divorce are obligated to negotiate in good faith as they go through the process. Ideally, they look at a complete list of their marital assets and then divide them in a fair and equitable manner. Sometimes it does not work that way and they end up in court. Occasionally, one of them ends up court for trying to cheat the system.
Acclaimed documentary filmmaker Michael Moore is famous for such films as “Bowling for Columbine” and “Fahrenheit 9/11.” He generally projects an anti-capitalist or left-leaning political point of view tinged with a flair for comedy.
Coparenting after a divorce ideally involves communication between the parents on big issues as well as small ones. However, not all spouses have an amicable split and may experience difficulty working as co-parents even when each should know that it is best for the child.
You have many titles in your life. At work, you may be boss or associate or trusted employee; in your personal life, you may be brother, neighbor or friend. Until recently, you were also husband. No matter the situation that finally brought about the end of your marriage, you retain the title of father. While you may rejoice that family courts more and more frequently recognize the importance of dads in their children's lives, you may have concerns about how you will be able to fill that role as a single parent.
The impact divorce has upon families is serious and wide ranging. Many have written about how parents can pick up the pieces or how to make the transition go more smoothly for the children.
Profanity-laden shouting matches and brawls are becoming new spectacles at sports games for kids, but it's not the children who are getting into fights. Parents are the problem. Recently, an altercation broke out at a North Texas youth baseball game among a parent and a coach.