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Author Topic: December 2003 Issue of Divorce-Go-Round Newsletter  (Read 2215 times)

Dr. Reena

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December 2003 Issue of Divorce-Go-Round Newsletter
« on: Dec 05, 2003, 11:29:35 AM »
Hello all:

Here is the December issue of my newsletter. Enjoy!

Dr. Reena

http://www.reenasommerassociates.mb.ca/news/volume_9_2003.html



I invite you to download my free Parenting Plan Template -  http://www.reenasommerassociates.mb.ca/info_products/parenting_plan.pdf


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RE: December 2003 Issue of Divorce-Go-Round Newsletter
« Reply #1 on: Dec 05, 2003, 02:10:14 PM »
From the "Christmas and Custody" article in your newsletter:

> Get a head start on discussing with your ex how the holidays
> will be shared. The sooner the better!!! These types of
> arrangements can't be left to the last minute like gift buying....

Darn good advice, and something most people don't think about in advance. Trying to work out something fair for everyone when people have already made plans is twice as hard.

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RE: December 2003 Issue of Divorce-Go-Round Newsletter
« Reply #2 on: Dec 05, 2003, 08:58:50 PM »
Yeah.  Will the kids remember to tell Dad that if he wants to pick them up on the 26th, go ahead?  Brenda was doing the usual phone tag today, but he did pick them up this time.  I need to look at a calendar and find out the day that school starts back up after the holidays.  He can have them until the day before school starts.  In case anyone reading this doesn't know, my kids father has them from the day school lets out until Christmas afternoon.  He sent me a note stating that he would be out of town until the 26th.  That's his court ordered visitation period, and If I didn't need a break, I'd tell him to grow the hell up and learn to read a court order.

Oh well, it's another messed up Christmas.  Please God, help us get through your birthday...

 

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