Month: October 2018

My Regrets After Midlife Crisis Divorce

regrets after midlife crisis divorce

Hello beautiful world. My name is Margery and you are reading my very first post. By the end you will see for yourself why I was elected the perfect candidate to talk about Regret After Midlife Crisis Divorce (even though I am female, the fairer sex, I still managed to pull off a decent midlife crisis. Something my male colleagues all aspire to I bet. Ha Ha Ha. Unfortunately I don’t have a sportscar to show for it but I do have plenty of regrets and plenty of lost opportunities to share with you.  My aim here is to counter the popular fairytale story that an empowered woman can do anything.  My experiences were that empowerment failed to pay my bills or attract men and girl power wasn’t enough to lift those weights at the gym when I needed it most. My Backstory: prior to the midlife divorce I was […]

Forgotten Victims & Parental Alienation Syndrome?

parental alienation

Howdy. My kids have been showing signs of parental alienation syndrome since way back before I split up with my ex. She was distorting their minds years before the split but now that the divorce is over and now that the kids are old enough to see things for themselves what effect has it all had on them? Join me for a quick delve into another topic which “they” don’t want you to talk about or think about. Important note: I am not a medical practitioner. If you believe you or your kids need psychiatric help don’t hesitate, see your GP and share your pain. Do not waste a minute worrying about the reactions of others.   What is Parental Alienation syndrome in kids? Here is a quote from Wikipedia that I believe sets the correct context for my post. So the key thing to remember now is the PAS […]

FAQ: Define Solipsism? Give Examples and Context

define solipsism

As my site gets older and you guys and gals leave more comments I am getting multiple queries to define solipsism, narcissism, munchausens and other similar terms. These terms which largely relate to personality disorders keep on popping up over and over again; particularly when you are discussing your ex-partners. With all the readily available information on the internet and also with the increased sophistication of the self-help fields I see conversations are becoming more and more intertwined with clinical terms that can cause confusion. Firstly, I want to say that I am not a health care professional – if you need medical help or someone that you know needs medical help then your best bet is to see your GP to discuss a recommendation to see a specialist.   My Definition for Solipsism Solipsism is a personality disorder. A solipsist will whol-heartedly believe that they are the center of […]