Today's definition of family is completely unrecognizable from what it was forty, thirty, even twenty years ago. Into the chaos that has become typical of the modern American family, judge Judy Sheindlin attempts to bring some order. The traditional nuclear family has expanded to include exes and parents of exes, merging families, stepchildren, adopted children, lovers, in-laws the list goes on and on.
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There is the ex-wife who wants more child support from husband number one so she can stay home with new baby by husband number two.
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Beauty Fades, Dumb Is Forever: The Making of a Happy Woman #ad - They spend their lives trying to please everyone but them-selves, and then they wonder why they feel so frustrated and unfulfilled. Beauty fades, dumb is forever presents Judge Judy's ten hard and true lessons for happiness: Beauty fades, dumb is forever. Don't crawl when you can fly. What goes up must come down.
Denial is a river in Egypt. Master the game--then play it. You're the trunk of the tree. You can't teach the bull to dance. Failure doesn't build character. Letting go is half the fun. You can be the hero of your own story. Judge Judy has heard enough.
What Would Judy Say?: A Grown-Up Guide to Living Together with BenefitsCreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - In her inimitable way she offers reality checks: “Men are warriors, and warriors don’t clean up after themselves. She cautions against blind love: “Frogs don’t become princes. About mingling money and property, she warns: “No joint before the ring. She advises that couples entering live-in relationships protect themselves because there is no court of People Just Living Together.
Judge judy says, “when i was young, you either left your parents’ house in a white dress or a pine box. But times have changed. Harper Perennial. In what would judy say? a grown-up guide to living Together with Benefits, Judge Judy Sheindlin enters a lively dialogue with readers from her popular Web site, www.
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Judy’s wisdom, both in and out of court, based on a lifetime of experience, covers the territory.
Don't Pee on My Leg and Tell Me It's Raining: America's Toughest Family Court Judge Speaks OutHarper Perennial #ad - Harper Perennial. If you break the law, you have to pay. Now she abandons all judicial restraint in a scathing critique of the system – filled with realistic hard–nosed alternatives to our bloated welfare bureaucracy and our soft–on–crime laws. N we get some reality in here?ߡsks Judy Sheindlin, former supervising judge for Manhattan Family Court.
For twenty–four years she has laid down the law as she understands it: ● If you want to eat, you have to work. Harper Perennial. If you tap the public purse, you'd better be accountable. If you have children, you'd better support them.