contemplating, going through or recovering from divorce and the issues around it,
including separation, divorce laws, spousal support and emotional issues.
My Story ::
none...i have ms,
20 years married,
cause - verbal abuse and lack of physical intimancy,
I initiated divorce.
Personal Tags are keywords that allow you to share your interests and find others like you.
Suggestions or enter your own
work at home
stay at home mom
stay at home dad
where I live
(Add your own. Separate each tag with a comma)
) Total Follows
See all / manage littlekaren's Follows
live scroll changes when your friends post.
Items Commented On ::
all posts where you have made a comment.
Creative Gift Ideas. ...
, (14 comments)
comment on paula1's wall ...
paula1 , (992 comments)
together all the time ...
, (4 comments)
together all the time ...
, (4 comments)
how to cope ...
, (10 comments)
some of the groups you have joined.
littlekaren's Wall ::
(log in to share your thoughts)
Place for your d360 members to leave you notes. You can post a note on someone elses wall too.
899 Posts 12/16/2008 10:40 PM
thank you. i have been thinking alot about my mother the past week. i wish she was here. i don't feel up to unpacking (and then repacking of course) all those nutcrackers but i put on of her pins on my coat just this evening. i am going to run your story when i get done with this comment. i am sorry you are on this site obviously because of your loss but i have found lots of careing and supportive people here. you have come to the right place.
25197 Posts 12/2/2008 12:58 PM
Hi, welcome to d360. Here’s a quicky ‘how-to-get-started’ note. 1.You can do everything from here, your MyStuff/Profile page. At the top is your SCROLL. When your friends/people you follow, post something new, it will show up here. It’s live and in real time. 2. Post a new QUESTION. See where it says ADVICE? Click Add New and type a question. When you hit submit, the entire site can see it, read it and comment on it. 3. Post a new BLOG. Click Add New up at the Blog section. Advice/Questions are usually shorter questions that need answers now….and blogs are longer, personal stories or vents. 4. See if anyone commented on your questions and blogs and if they did, comment back. 5. Read other members questions and blogs and give them your thoughts. 6. Follow people. When you see the follow button/get alerts link, and you like that members posts or that topic, click it. You will be alerted when they post. 7. This area here is your Wall. It’s for semi-private notes or jokes between members. Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks, Paula
CHECKLISTS / CALCS
help you budget and plan
definitions from "alimony" to "writ of execution"
divorce, custody and child support links by state
get help now
Find divorce professionals in your area
Find financial professionals
Most Active Post
What to do
My husband and I have decided to separate. He keeps cheating and would like to w...
Post of the Day
Will You Have To Sell Your Home During A Divorce?
me and my wife seperated 3 years ago i lived somewhere elce i gave her money for...
Waiting for an answer!
do i stay or do i go?
What should I do? i have been married going on 3 years now but I've been deploye...
What's your story?
I'm so broken inside! I don't know who I am anymore
My husband moved in to his aunts house who lived needy door to my house. The fir...
Stay at home mom for now
The Other Woman
I cannot get the other woman out of my head. He didnot leave me for her but s...
Making Lemonade: Healing Part Two
Relationships: Acceptance Is the Key to Recovering from your Divorce
O’Neil Anderson was formed with one purpose in mind: providing relentless yet compassionate advocacy from the beginning to the end in all aspects of complex fam...
1. Are You Reading Your Spouses Text Messages?
Stop! It May Be Illegal & May Hurt Your Case
2. Eager To Check Those Texts?
Think your Spouse is Cheating? Professionals Can Check Text Messages
3. 8 Things No One Ever Tells You about Divorce
Number Three May Surprise You
4. They Won't Leave? Now What?
You Want a Divorce, but Your Spouse Won’t Leave. Here’s How to Get 'em out
5. The Signs Of A Controlling Spouse
If Your Spouse Is Doing This, They Are Controlling
suggestions / issues
Copyright 2013 - restrt, inc. All rights reserved.
is for informational purposes only. It does not provide legal, financial or therapeutic
advice or treatment.
See additional information