Actually, that is not true. I have been blogging but not here.
There was my blog at Psychology Today, http://www.psychologytoday.com/em/86307, entitled How My Own Divorce Made Me a Better Divorce Lawyer.
I have also been asked to blog on the Huffington Post divorce page; and I have been working on that.
Big doings on The Divorce Hour with me, Larry Bloom.
After beating the “major media,” that would be The Today Show, Good Morning America, The New York Times, The Daily News, and Entertainment Weekly, with an interview with E L James, author of the Fifty Shades of Grey Trilogy back in January, I have been fortunate to interview tax expert, Paul Millman, Esq., as well as Laura Olivares on her Nothing Forgotten Project. We have explored divorce coupled with loss of employment as well as interviewing divorce coaches and a certified divorce financial analyst. We have also had on the founders of the New York City divorce expo, Start Over Smart NY; and interviews from the event will be played on the April 20th and 27th shows.
After a discussion with Nancy Kalish, Ph.D., last week concerning reunions of lost love, we continue on the same theme this week when I will have at least one member of Roslyn High School’s class of 1972 (other than myself) to talk about expectations and excitement of the 40th high school reunion.
In May, after these related topics, we return to the world of divorce.