"Are they going to look whether I'm well-rested or whether I look really tired?
" That, Morneau said, was his introduction to Quebec.
I am not a divorce attorney; not a clinical psychologist; not a marriage therapist.
I am just a regular person like you — trying to maneuver through the complexities of love, marriage, divorce, parenting, dating, remarriage, and everything in between.
The feedback on my second book is that it is relevant to a very broad audience, not just people going through a divorce.
"For those of you who don't know Monique's husband, Claude, he's a very well-presented man, he's very smart," Morneau said.
At every decision point that life presents us with as human beings, each of us must make a very deliberate choice on how we should proceed.
The decision we make ultimately defines who we are as people and as members of society.
I decided that I would take my experience and turn it around to help other people who were in the same situation.
I began to counsel people facing relationship troubles and divorce, and before I knew it I was fielding calls and emails weekly from friends, or friends of friends, or friends of acquaintances.