Pit Bull, Part III: How Hiring A Pit Bull Hurts Your Children

Pit Bull, Part III: How Hiring a Pit Bull Hurts Your Children

(drawing by Chasity Fincher)

Today we continue our book excerpt from Chapter Two: 

Choosing Your Lawyer: Beware the Pit bull!

If you missed the last two blogs start here: Pit Bull: To Hire or Not to Hire?

Then go here: Pit Bull, Part II.

How Hiring a Pit Bull Hurts Your Children

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Parenting Time And Flexibility

Parenting Time and Flexibility

Robin:

I’m in the middle of a divorce that is becoming a little rough and tumble lately. I’ll spare you the details and let the lawyers hash it out.

My problem is my husband’s tendency to make requests, usually at the last minute, for changes to our parenting schedule.  I usually try to go along with them but he’s being such a dick in the last few weeks in the divorce that I really don’t feel like rewarding him for bullying me.

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Author’s Note

Author’s Note

Dear Readers:

Today I pack up my computer and leave for an undisclosed location to make the final edits on my book:

Divorce by Design: How to Split Without Losing Your Mind, Your Money, or Your Kids.

My final deadline is early next week and I have an enormous amount of work in front of me. The blog will be sparse as a result until I have delivered the final pages to the powers that be.

Today I am going to share with you my Author’s Note: my explanation of why I wrote this book.  I would be deeply grateful if you read this. If it resonates with you, please share and leave a comment.

Have a beautiful week.

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