If you are coming here because you read the article about blogging about divorce in the New York Times, here is a road map to this blog: The blog is primarily about careers but when my family life relates to that topic, I write about my family.
Here are posts about my divorce:
My first day of marriage counseling July 5, 2007 (183 comments)
Five communications lessons learned in marriage counseling November 28, 2007 (90 comments)
A case study in staying resilient: my divorce February 27, 2008 (116 comments)
Here are posts about other aspects of my family life:
An unexpected lesson about procrastination January 1, 2007 (22 comments)
Five steps to taming materialism, from an accidental expert August 7, 2007 (88 comments)
Blending my kids and my career (not really) June 7, 2007 (45 comments)
I actually feel misquoted in the Times today. For example, I don’t blame my divorce on my son. But I’ve written before that if you talk to the press, you should expect to be misquoted, so this is a dose of my own medicine: Why journalists misquote everyone
If you want to comment to me about the New York Times article, you can do it on this post.