Sunday, June 11, 2006

Putting on an act

From an interview with Robert Emery, author of a book, The Truth About Children and Divorce:

"I found ... that all the advice I'd given was true, but it was a lot harder to follow than I realized.
The hard part was being able to step back from hurt, pain and grief and really put your children first, bite your tongue, control your anger. Sometimes, it's putting on an act for your kids. That may seem impossible or disingenuous; it's not. It's a reason and a justification."

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