Hanlon's razor is a familiar maxim that states, "never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity.” A bit harsh, this adage reminds us that while our brains may jump to a conclusion of ill intentions, often a more benign reason is the cause. This automatic thinking may have served our ancestors, but … Continue reading Erring on the Side of Graciousness
Children and Divorce: Reflections, Resources, and a Book Review
I am a little late to the game in reading the Neapolitan Novels by Elena Ferrante. Last night (more correctly early this morning), I was finishing the third book in the series of four, Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay. The stories and characters are captivating and all the accolades Ferrante … Continue reading Children and Divorce: Reflections, Resources, and a Book Review
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