From the New York Times, I’m Dan Jones.

This week’s essay really surprised me in how it explores what creates real, lasting bonds. You know, sometimes those bonds come from going through really hard times together.

The essay is called “The Secret to Sibling Success.” It’s written by Ellen Umansky and read by Kirsten Potter.

Years ago, my brother and I attended the wedding of a childhood friend, held on a high floor of a stylish San Francisco hotel. We were standing by the floor to ceiling windows, joking with each other, when the sister of the groom approached.

“You

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While some parents feel they have to muscle it out and stay married for their children, the best ones make a healthy decision to throw in the towel and break it off once and for all. Here are things you’ll only understand if your parents were divorced.

Sad Thanksgiving

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Every child of divorce knows that there’s Regular Thanksgiving, and then there’s Sad Thanksgiving a few hours later. Try not to leave extra room.

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Being Featured In Divorced Children’s Monthly

Being Featured In Divorced Children’s Monthly

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Past covers have been graced by the Kardashians, Bill and Melinda Gates,

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