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The news that Al and Tipper Gore were separating didn't shock me. Divorce happens. It did break my heart, but not necessarily for the couple themselves. My heart broke for their four adult children.
A month and a half ago, my parents separated. I am 29 years old. They have been married for 30 years. My world is upside down.
Disciplining children can be hard enough as it is in a traditional family. But add divorce, joint custody and getting remarried to the equation and it makes it even more difficult.
The girl’s father was very lazy, nothing bothered him and it took pulling teeth and ultimatums to get him to lift a finger. Now I’m in a relationship that is quite the opposite: Frank does things way before I even need to ask. The problem with this type of personality though is that he is ‘Johnny on the Spot’ when it comes to my girls and the proper discipline.
Blended families is a subject that people don’t like to talk about but statistically we know our society is going through. With fifty percent of new marriages ending in divorce I’m surprised this topic isn’t being talked about every day in the media. Fifty percent is a very scary figure. Especially for someone like myself, who comes from a broken home and has already been married once.