Divorce As Combat

The cost of conflict: what happens when we frame divorce as combat is the title of a nice post by Diane Levin at Online Guide To Mediation. She was successfully able to put into words (and much more politely than I could have) some of my thoughts when I read about the book to which she refers, Hit Him Where It Hurts: The Take-No-Prisoners Guide to Divorce–Alimony, Custody, Child Support, and More.

The cost of conflict: what happens when we frame divorce as combat is the title of a nice post by Diane Levin at Online Guide To Mediation. She was successfully able to put into words (and much more politely than I could have) some of my thoughts when I read about the book to which she refers, Hit Him Where It Hurts: The Take-No-Prisoners Guide to Divorce–Alimony, Custody, Child Support, and More.

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