From the monthly archives:

February 2010

Go ahead, ask me anything.

by Carolyn on February 26, 2010

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I stumbled across an interesting website application today.  It’s called and on it, people can ask you any question and then you can answer.  You don’t need to register to ask questions or see answers.  I thought it was a neat idea so I registered!  I know I’m quite open with you all here, […]



Not Just Another Spoiled Child of Divorce

by Carolyn on February 22, 2010

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Since I’ve organized my sidebar links, you might have noticed an interesting name to the right sitting below the ‘For ACOD’s’ heading.  Don’t let the name fool you.  This is the only other blog I’ve ever found that is specifically about divorce issues, written from the perspective of  a grown child of divorce.  Or as […]



A Reconciliation

by Carolyn on February 15, 2010

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It feels eerily the same as when I was ten. Waiting for a phone call that’s not coming.  Wondering what I did wrong.  Thinking that maybe the last time we talked I wasn’t nice enough, didn’t seem interested enough in his life, or that maybe somehow I upset him.  That internal dialogue is whispering through […]



I. Am. Canadian.

by Carolyn on February 13, 2010

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The Olympics are here.  Not just here, but actually HERE, in my country.  The 2010 Winter Games are now open and I’m not sure if I can even express in words how proud I am right now to be able to call myself Canadian. Unfortunately, we Canadians can sometimes be perceived as lacking patriotism, especially […]



The Forum: Take 3

by Carolyn on February 1, 2010

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I know, I know. Here we go again. This is something I’ve been trying to get off the ground for as long as this website has been around. It’s just such a big part of my vision for this space, I can’t let it go. And I want so very much for it to be […]