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Reviewed in the United States on February 24, 2015
This may be a good resource for those looking to re-evaluate your own motives and put your children first. If you've already done (or are doing) that very hard work with a therapist and self-reflection, this book won't really be of much help in dealing with a truly manipulative, narcisistic ex-spouse or co-parent. If what you need to do is accept the things you cannot change, this book is helpful. If you are one of the unfortunate folks who is in a situation in which you really need to fight for your kids' well-being, this will leave you wanting.
I think a lot of times people get caught up in the emotions of child sharing, and forget about doing things in a level-headed manner. This book gives you an idea of what to do, how to save some money, and make sure you are doing it for the right reason. Kids shouldn't be pawns to get back at each other. However, if you really feel your child is being harmed emotionally or physically, then it is best to be armed with doing things the right way.