Posted by on July 04, 2012 at 04:16:35
In Reply to: Re: Question for Tina posted by Perry on July 03, 2012 at 18:08:05:
I know my mother tried to help a father get his daughter back from the mother who brought her to bars and was drunk often but like you, I don't have all the facts. I also don't have a problem with the fact she did her time for forging documents and has since gotten on with her very productive and amazing life building and running an orphanage school. The TFI was a high commitment group which I wouldn't recommend as it doesn't give individuals enough freedom to decide their own values when pitted against the stated policies. Thus, I'm very happy things have changed and every decision is fully put back in the individual's court. I don't know of anyone changing their names but the legal system these days is pretty thorough and every change through marriage or divorce etc... is linked and documented. Changing jurisdictions doesn't seem to be a problem either as every visa application or job application in a foreign country requires a police report from your former country. Everything is tied together through the wonderful age of the internet. If you've taken people who have hurt you to court with no positive response then that's where I would suggest, on a personal level, to find peace through turning your back on the negative aspects of your past, take the good that you've found and become something you're proud of. Making your enemies the focus of your life only makes them play a bigger role in your future. Why give them that?
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