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Monthly Archives: May 2015

We Pay A Shocking Amount For Police Misconduct, And Cops Want Us Just To Accept It. We Shouldn’t.

In November 2012, Cleveland patrolman Michael Brelo joined more than 100 fellow officers in an armada of 62 police cruisers to pursue a 1979 light blue Chevy Malibu. After a 22-mile chase that reached upwards of 100 miles per hour, the vehicle came to a halt in East Cleveland. Neither the driver, 43-year-old Timothy Russell, nor his passenger, 30-year-old Malissa Continue Reading...

Love and Happiness

I have not been writing much lately, except in my journal, in short spurts. My life has been consumed with one of the biggest and most difficult transitions anyone can deal with: my husband and I are getting a divorce. This is not the kind of thing I can write about easily. I’m still in the midst of it, and Continue Reading...

Will We Ever See Justice for Freddie Gray?

Now that another killer cop has been acquitted in Cleveland, I’ll get straight to the point and answer the question posed by the title of this post about Baltimore’s Freddie Gray with a single word: No. To be sure, on May 21, six police officers were indicted on a spate of very serious criminal charges for Gray’s death, ranging from Continue Reading...

The Best Way to Ask Your Spouse for a Divorce

OK, that’s it — you can’t do it anymore. You’re done. You’ve tried your hardest for years, but you just can’t seem to make it work. You want out of your marriage. But how do you bring up the topic of divorce to your spouse without devastating them or triggering an all-out war? As a divorce coach, one of the Continue Reading...