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Helping Your Kids Cope with Divorce the Sandcastles Way Paperback – July 27, 1999
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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.
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Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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In the state of Vermont, it is required by the Family Court law that divorcing parents attend a 6-hour long workshop on "co-parenting" and the effects of negative parent behavior on children. What a joke! I wish instead that the state of Vermont mandated that every divorcing parent read this resource. I learned so much more from Gary Neuman and the children and families he has worked with.
This thorough book covers every topic imaginable that is associated with divorce and family transition. The focus is from the child's perspective on matters such as validating your childrens feelings, protecting your children from conflict, separating adult issues from children's issues, custody and visitation, uncooperative parents and parent-bashing, child support and financial stress, relocating, dating, and most importantly, how children "feel" about all the ups and downs associated with this life changing event.Read more ›
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I read this when I first went through my divorce. I'd borrowed it from the library. Should've just purchased it, because as my kids grow, new issues arise. Read morePublished 3 months ago by alaine1980
This with a few others helped my 3 year old understand what's going on with her mom and I separating. Very beneficial book!Published 4 months ago by Jason inman
Great resource to assist in having some tough discussions with your children.Published 10 months ago by Brian E. Riegler
Every divorcee needs to have this "bible" by their side to help navigate the muddy waters of divorce...for the sake of their little ones.Published 14 months ago by Maureen
I'm a family law mediator, helping couples to separate their assets and debts and set up healthy parenting plans -- without going to court! Read morePublished 14 months ago by Judy Williams