Abused, Victimized, & Traumatized

Abused, Victimized, & Traumatized

Author: Dazed Crazed and Confused

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595217618

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 112

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IS YOUR FORMER SPOUSE AN IDIOT?While the characters and events in this book are fictitious, most people will point to at least one story and say, "That happened to me" or "That's my former spouse."WHY BUY THE BOOK?Here are some sample lessons that the divorced idiot can learn:Practice makes perfect. A secondary lesson being that a dead ex-spouse limits your liability.Don't just infect your former spouse; infect a whole population.Deny everything and then make counter-allegations.While the marriage may be over, the divorce will never be over until death.When you don't feel inclined to discuss religion and politics with your future spouse, then a divorce may turn your head, especially if your former spouse is into Voodoo.A rumor has to contain just enough truth to be believable.Never miss the opportunity to bury the hatchet.Dating your soon-to-be former spouse's attorney ensures a speedy trial.If your former spouse is an idiot, then this book will hopefully provide some insight into the making of a divorced idiot and in the process provide some laughter.
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