Category Archives: Shared Parenting

…after divorce, is there such a thing?

How to turn anger to good use

How to turn anger to good use is difficult to figure out.  If you are angry and want to get things to work out well for you, then you better figure ways to turn anger to good use without creating enemies. Vern [not his real name], I’ll put my responses to your observations between your lines. My responses are based on my interpretations of what I observed during the last twenty years or more. They reflect facts of life. Vern wrote: Well, maybe we should start small, maybe with building a discussion forum. The platform for that already exists. Did you have a look at it? Check dads&things  (2018 08 07: dads&things is … Continue reading

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New Book Coming: “Taken Into Custody”

——– Original Message ——– Subject: [Mention] New Book Coming: “Taken Into Custody” Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2007 23:13:57 -0500 From: Stephen Baskerville Please forward this message to your lists. I recently signed a contract with a current affairs publisher for a book tentatively entitled Taken Into Custody: The War Against Fathers, Marriage, and the Family. This will be a major exposé on all facets of the divorce/custody machine — including child custody, constitutional rights, child support, domestic violence, child abuse, feminism, government fatherhood/marriage programs, and more. It will document the politics behind the machinery — the conflicts of interest, the corruption, the money, the extremist ideology — and demonstrate why … Continue reading

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My Dad at Christmas

My Dad at Christmas is a poem composed by Peter “F”. Please enjoy, sharing the best Christmas present that I ever got. —Sam Butt December 5, 2006 My Dad at Christmas The teacher said to write to Santa, but no more than three pages. The lads got going, making lists that seemed to take ages!! Daniel wants Lego, and Jack asked for a brand new bike, Adam wants a Ferrari, – that guy jeez what’s he like! Deano wants a skateboard; Luke wants games for his PS2. Sean’s letter is a disaster, – that boy hasn’t got a clue! Santa will sure be broke with such a list of things … Continue reading

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US: Shared parenting: The Government’s View

On shared parenting, last night I received an e-mail message containing the executive summary of a large government study report, “What About the Dads” by The Urban Institute, USA, 2006.pdf (PDF, 820KB, 186 pages); prepared for, and I will quote verbatim: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation Office of Human Services Policy Jerry Regier, Deputy Assistant Secretary With funding from the Administration for Children and Families Administration on Children, Youth, and Families Children’s Bureau Those are hefty credentials for a report that will be the basis for government policies for some time, policies regarding the US government’s efforts to develop … Continue reading

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