The holidays are over. If you have a blended family, with step kids and multiple sets of inlaws, you may be exhausted by juggling it all and trying to keep everyone happy. Despite divorce and breakups, many American families manage to make the holidays work and enjoy them, mixing different cultures and traditions.
A Connecticut father is searching for his five-year-old son in Fitchburg, a small Massachusetts city near the New Hampshire border. The boy has not been seen since September, but the father refuses to give up hope. The tangled web of complicated family relationships and the failure of the state child protection system make this case even more tragic.
Last week, we posted about adultery as a cause of divorce. This week, we continue the discussion about "cheating."