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The Memoirist

My Divorce Is Easy to Get, But Much Harder To Get Through

Part One

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The transition

In the next few months, I will transition from separated to divorced. My husband and I have found a way to maintain connection during this time. I don’t know how, but we have.

The technical legal part comes now. The real end. I’ve filled out most of my forms. I did mine in…




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Martha Manning, Ph.D.

Martha Manning, Ph.D.

Dr. Martha Manning is a writer and clinical psychologist, author of Undercurrents and Chasing Grace. Depression sufferer. Mother. Growing older under protest.

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