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15 Nov 09 #162225 by Poppie
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changedman wrote:

After all ,men are the ones who suffer the most after divorce ,both emotionally and financialy

What a narrow-minded statement!


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15 Nov 09 #162236 by Elle
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15 Nov 09 #162262 by Shezi
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Good point Elle... I would agree that children suffer the most in divorce...

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Might take you up on that, Shezi!

Any preferences for subject, length, etc?

Please do Forseti

I'm taking submissions as we speak for the December issue with a focus on support and tips for survival over Christmas. Word length approx 1000-1500 wds. Don't be put off, I will accept shorter articles if relevant.

For the longer term - we would genuinely like to hear from our male readers on any aspect of divorce/separation/relationship breakdown/surviving it/moving on/starting over...

Contrary to recent comment - we are not a 'mouthpiece' for anyone. We publish what we get - it just happens to be a greater population of female writers that submit articles.

Please remember, however, that articles are read outside of Wikivorce too - so try to make them relevant to a wider readership and as 'readable' as possible.

'Soapbox' articles, whilst they may be relevant, may not be so interesting to our magazine readers generally. The 'most-read' articles tend to have a genuine message of hope or optimism.

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Look forward to hearing from any of you out there.


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10 Jan 10 #175058 by supersub
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Hi Shezi et al,
I think it would be useful to generate discussions on a lot of these articles.
You ask for email feedback but that isn't seen by anyone else and can't generate further comments, unlike the normal blogs.
I know the wikizine is a different beast to the forums but maybe you could automatically create a forum post linked to each article? You might get more feedback that way and benefit us all.

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