Author Gary Neuman never patronizes or preaches, and although he is technically a child advocate, he proves himself to be an advocate of every member of the divorcing family. Neuman takes a hands-on approach and believes that children need not be permanently scarred by divorce--that with work and time, divorce can actually become a positive force for change. A powerful tool for protecting children caught amid parental struggles, Helping Your Kids Cope with Divorce should be required reading in all divorcing families. --Ericka Lutz --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
This book is great and gives you the help you need when you need it.
This book can help the millions of parents who need some insight into what the reactions of children are when their parents divorce.
This book is like a firm, loving friend who had been there and is letting you know things will get better.
It has some helpful tips but not the best in other ways...I actually disagree with some of what the book says.Published 2 months ago by Mara Fisher
A very insightful book. Gives a very pragmatic and detailed look into raising your kids in a healthy way after divorce. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Todd Clark
This book was included in a set of divorce resources provided by the North Dakota State University Extension office. Read morePublished 4 months ago by C. Monatukwa
This purchase was a good purchase. We work with children in school and many are from divorced homes and this book gives great insight on dealing with these issues.Published 4 months ago by Joyce E. Pelletier
I always select a book in good conditions or better and this one met my expectations. Thank you I am very happy with my purchase.Published 7 months ago by Joan Crane
M. Gary Neuman does an excellent job helping kids cope with divorce. Best used over several sessions. Good info here.Published 8 months ago by cynthian.1
A good book I suppose, but it holds little more than common sense. I do recommend though as it does contain some good insight.Published 8 months ago by Brian Sodders
It seems like common sense. However, many people have so much emotion tied to THEIR feelings about THEIR divorce that they forget THEIR children and how it may affect them. Read morePublished 8 months ago by HJDub