Monthly Archives: February 2013

Themed Thursdays – Conflict. Pt4.

Do you have conflict in your life?  Many people would answer No to that question.  I would want to check their pulse at that point. Are you breathing? Then, you probably have some conflict somewhere in your life.  Conflict is … Continue reading

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Kind Monday. An Unexpected Recipient.

So, this challenge is about Random Acts of Kindness and Paying it Forward. To do just one a week, and then share that experience. This week’s result came as a bit of a surprise. The recipient, this week, of my … Continue reading

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Family Law Advice : Do the Extremes guide Everyone Else?

** This post is just an idea, a set of thoughts, some musings.  It DOES NOT and CANNOT replace legal advice for you ** Right.  Even if you already did, read first comment again.  Right now. Only if you read … Continue reading

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Themed Thursdays – Conflict Pt 3.

Do you have someone who pops into your mind when you hear the word “conflict”.  An ex?  Former partner, former spouse, former business partner, former client, former friend. I would guess that most of us would think of a ‘former’ someone when … Continue reading

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Kind Monday. We Can Change The World.

This Kind Monday story is totally and completely one of my favourites so far. Last week, I popped over to the bank to do my weekly business banking.  When I was finished I dropped into one of my favourite places … Continue reading

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The Birthday Boy

Today, we get to say Happy 41st Birthday. To this guy: Here he is, at 22, with a brand new wife and a brand new puppy.  Life is pretty darn grand. We had already been together for about 4 years, and … Continue reading

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Themed Thursdays – Conflict. Pt2

Today, I was at least knee deep in conflict.  In fact, it was probably more armpit level. I was in the Family Court at Brisbane appearing in a couple of matters.  The dynamics I saw got me thinking about how … Continue reading

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