Have you ever met a couple that went together so well, you imagined in your head something like, “Welp, THEY sure are lucky. They probably started dating in high school. Wish I had that. Look at them! They’re perfect.” ONLY TO FIND OUT that they have one of the messiest stories you’ve ever heard? He
Author: Melinda Haas
Once you are divorced, you enter a new world. It’s called “I’ve been through hell and back and now only other people who have also been divorced can understand a certain part of me.” Kind of a long name for the new world, but that is really what it’s called. We don’t know about you,
The day your divorce goes through. The last time you went to dinner and officially knew it was the end. The last holiday you spent together. The day of your separation. The day you moved out. The first holiday you spent alone. You probably have your own version of at least two of these days.
What better way to introduce ourselves than to share with you our favorite phrase? Over here at Israel and Melinda, we use a special word. We’ve experienced a lot in our first (almost) three years of marriage. Typical second marriage stressors like high conflict co/parallel parenting, kid/stepkid dynamics, discontent with where we physically lived,