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Thursday, March 11, 2004

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Kathleen

navigating the gray-green water of parental relationships is never easy going - whether fictionalized or not. to most 'rents, we're never good enough.

Courtney

A good divorce lawyer is like a good therapist: worth their weight in gold. Each can give a helping hand to someone in time of need - or wield awesomely destructive power. Each can make an enormous difference to a powerless child - for good or bad. Each hears the dirty secrets, the innermost fears, the ugly truths. One works with emotions, and one works with documents, but they both work with people in distress. Like clothes, it's not always what you wear, it's how you wear it.

Being an oldest child sucks. We get all the expectations, the need to perform not just well, but admirably. We're mature, sensible, blah, blah, blah. ;)

Melissa

Sometimes parents just suck. (oh that was trite, kill me now)

j-a

pretty amusing...can't believe you fell through the dock! reminds me of a conversation i had with my dad once - after having urged me to go through my law degree, he asked me whether i was going to join the ranks of the professional liars by becoming a lawyer.

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