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In the spirit of this holiday season, I dedicate this column to all of those whose internal struggle persists to balance the notion of the Christmas spirit of giving with that of finding one-self in a sea of sadness.

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the aftermath of divorce can be a sense of self-discovery or internment in a self-made prison of depression and resentment.

Divorced Parents: Don’t Let Your Children Start Parenting You!

Children who experience their parents’ divorce are helpless to change the circumstances. But they often try.

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Lateness by definition is someone who arrives after the expected time, and a chronic latecomer is someone who continually arrives late.

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