If your parents fuss at you does it mean they don't love you? How can you tell if your father loves you, if he lives in another city? Are you "bad" when you get angry with your mother or father? Why is it a mistake to talk to one parent about another? Do you blame yourself for your parents' divorce?
This warm and honest book provides reassuring answers to these and many more crucial questions children ask about divorce.
Very well written. The children have a much better understanding of what happened 6 years ago. It seems as if they are able to cope better with the situation. Highly recommended.Published 11 months ago by Jim
I found this book appalling. At one point the book's the author refers to bad behavior of mothers as not cleaning the home or cooking full meals for their families! Read morePublished 15 months ago by tierney lara
Look up Richard Gardner on the web. He committed suicide and fought against the mandatory reporting of sex abuse of minors.Published 22 months ago by Watts-in
I think this is the best book available for parents AND children, dealing with the horror of a broken family. My daughter (age 12) carried this book with her for many weeks. Read morePublished on July 24, 2010 by C. S.
This book was recommended reading (by a LPC) for my eight year old daughter. Written in 1970 this book actually encourages children to garnish a response and/or action from their... Read morePublished on September 8, 2009 by Brett Clauson
After a couple of years of trying to figure out what was wrong with my step daughter who's now 11, we finally found out that her mom has been repeatedly telling her numerous... Read morePublished on September 2, 2008 by Sofpod
I looked at this book on the recommendation of my counselor. I don't think I'll use it with my kids. Read morePublished on April 5, 2008 by K. Brandt
This book is awful. It is hateful toward parents and I would never recommend that a child read it! It is ugly and negative and has no value for helping a child heal from divorce!Published on September 23, 2007 by Bonnie L. Olander