What do I do with all the pictures? For twenty-four years I have been the one to keep a record of our family life. I was the one always taking pictures. We were a picture-taking family. I have frames full of pictures everywhere. And they are all over social media. We had family pictures taken every year. Our wedding picture hangs on the wall of our bedroom. A year ago, the affair surfaced. It had been going on for a few years. It hurts when I realize family pictures were taken when he was involved with someone else, living another life. Now, what do I do? Some make me angry because he would have just been with her when the family event happened. Where do I begin to get rid of them?
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ABOUT LINDA SIMPSON
“I take strength from your calm, your honesty, and the hope you give me for my future.” Cheryl
Linda is a fresh voice in the divorce advice world. She offers a pragmatic, common sense approach to life after divorce issues based on over twenty years surviving and thriving following a very traumatic divorce.
As a single parent, her sons are an enormous source of joy in her life. She is a loving mother and grandmother to four delightful grandchildren.
She holds a degree from the University of Waterloo with concentrations in sociology and philosophy and guidance counselling certification from Queen’s University.
She is an accredited trainer for The Peace Education Foundation, a leader in conflict resolution training. The institute is ‘dedicated to educating children and adults in the dynamics of conflict resolution and promoting peacemaking skills in home, schools, and community.’
In a long and successful teaching career, she also served as a counsellor and workshop facilitator for SEL (social emotional learning) programming and The Peace Education Foundation throughout her school and school district and was a frequent conference presenter for SUNY Potsdam Faculty of Education USA.
She writes for The Divorce Magazine UK and her blog is seen regularly on Huffington Post Canada where the focus is life after divorce and parenting issues.
She is a writer and poet and is presently at work on a book based on her divorce experience.