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A Reminder November 30, 2013

Filed under: Family Innocence News — familyinnocence @ 11:12 pm


When:                       Sunday, December 1, 2013

Time:            matthew 5:44p.m.

Where:          Saga Hill Cooking & Events

Northwind Lofts, 2400 North 2nd Street

Minneapolis, MN 55411

Food & Beverages sponsored by chef Marianne Miller




Attorney Michelle MacDonald and mother of five, Sandra Grazzini-Rucki, will discuss their petition to the United States Supreme Court, Washington, D.C. (filed this month) designed to benefit all suffering families, and Family Innocence Boy Wonder Joshua Hare plays his new song


For more details Call   Family Innocence: 651-783-5878 (leave a call back number) or email:

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Trevor Ombuna  is a parent and communications and journalism student who volunteers  for The Family Innocence  a non-profit dedicated to keeping families out ofcourt: resolving conflicts and injustices peacefully.  Donations are tax deductible. Trevor can be reached at  Trevor

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Members and friends meet every first of the month.


DivorceCorp….The Movie

Filed under: Divorce Industry — familyinnocence @ 10:40 pm

Marriage is an institution…divorce is big business… Coming to a theater near you…Watch the trailer…


It’s All In Viewpoint

Filed under: Rover 77 — familyinnocence @ 3:47 pm

Many people see child support,alimony,custody and control of the children as mitigating factors in a divorce that was inevitable..the truth is they are often motivating factors in a divorce that could have been avoided…


Source: Unknown


The Long Leap of Love November 29, 2013

Filed under: Relationships — familyinnocence @ 10:52 pm

‘ a small but growing minority of long-term couples across a number of Western countries – such as Britain,1 Sweden,2 and Canada – are choosing to forgo cohabitation entirely, preferring to keep their separate homes.’

Source: Samantha Joel


The Unthinkable Grief: Coping With the Death of a Child

Filed under: Relationships — familyinnocence @ 10:16 pm

Marriages Can Survive the Loss of a Child

Source: Sheri and Bob Stritof


Marriage Stress: After the Death of a Child, Six Tips to Survive the Loss as a Couple

Filed under: Relationships — familyinnocence @ 10:13 pm

Source: Kelly Sons


People Who Cheat Are More Likely To Forgive Cheaters, Study Finds

Filed under: Infidelity And Divorce,Relationships — familyinnocence @ 9:42 pm

Insight ? or just birds of a feather?