Tag Archives: love

Love your Child MORE than you Hate the Other Parent…

Your job as the parent is to do what is best for your child every time.

It can be hard to show grace to a spouse/other parent who does not deserve, but most of the time it is what is best for your child.

It does not mean that they are not held accountable, but what it does mean, is that short of placing your child in true danger, you encourage and promote a relationship between the child and the other parent.

Just not saying hateful things (like they do ) is not enough. Your child is half of them and half of you. If you convince them that the other parent is ALL bad, then you are telling your child that half of their identity is bad.

Exceptions, of course, are made for abuse and dangerous conduct, but those are the exceptions, not the rule.

Matthew Thompson is a Child Custody lawyer in Mississippi and thinks the Family Law world needs a little more love.


The Secret to Unconditional Love Revealed!

The search for your soulmate can be that epic hunt that novels, movies and romantic sonnets are made of.


But, the one sure-fire way to attain unconditional love is …

Get a Puppy.

Otherwise it takes time, work, effort, commitment, give-and-take, risk and uncertainty. A puppy is much easier and guaranteed.

Matthew Thompson is a Mississippi Family Law Attorney and dog admirer. Also, don’t really get a puppy unless you are prepared to commit to that too, as it does take work and commitment, but the love is guaranteed, or your honey back!

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“I am sorry…”

Everyday people do and say things that they regret or are sorry they did.  It’s not said enough.  It must be meant.


In life three little words can make a difference. They can help determine whether you will have a good day or a bad day.  They hold power. They can alter the course of History!

Three little words not said enough;

  • I love you.
  • I need you.
  • I trust you.
  • I am sorry.

If you are having problems in life, in work, in relationships, start using these three little words.

Matthew Thompson is a Family Law attorney in Mississippi and if you need help in knowing when to use the right ‘three little words,’ he may be able to help.

Follow the blog: BowTieLawyer Visit the websiteThompson Law FirmYou may also contact Matthew with your family law case, question or concern at (601) 850-8000 or Matthew@bowtielawyer.ms