All this makes one question very important as we head into national and regional elections: Does a person’s marital status – and family cohesiveness – matter anymore to voters?
Tuesday, September 25, 2007
It can’t always work this way, of course. It might, in fact, be a once-in-a-lifetime case, with the pursued walking into camera range of the pursuer and sitting down for coffee.
Joe Broadmeadow was sitting in a Starbucks in Providence, with his laptop in front of him, when he got a call on his cell phone from a lawyer. The lawyer wanted him to track down another lawyer, a very prominent one, and get a picture of the guy with his girlfriend.
Monday, September 17, 2007
Prevention is a sure fire way to keep a relationship from going off track, and there's no better time than today to take a look at issues that commonly push couples toward breakups or divorce court.
That's right, it's Marriage Fidelity Day. Haven't heard of it? Don't worry, you're not alone. But its creator, Penny Tupy, hopes to change that one state at a time, asking governors across the country to sign proclamations observing it.