For children's picture books explaining and talking about separation and divorce see the category under Children - Child Issues - Separation.
|Author:||Lisa M. Schab|
It's tough being a teen even in the best of circumstances, but when parents divorce teens are faced with an additional set of practical and emotional issues. This book gives them everything they need to get through their parents' divorce and keep it from taking a long-term emotional toll. Teens learn how to: Ã&Acir... read more
Parenting is difficult enough in a family where the two parents love and respect each other. In divorce, where the respect has diminished and the love has often turned into intense dislike, co-parenting cane drive on or both parents to the brink of insanity. "Joint Custody with a Jerk "offers many proven communication techniq... read more
|Author:||Zoe & Evan Stern|
Nearly one out of every two marriages ends in divorce, but it doesn't have to spell disaster for the kids. With the right guidance and encouragement, they can not only survive divorce but also truly thrive. Here is an honest, positive, and practical book Written by kids for kids, full of the things they really want to kno... read more
|Author:||Florence Bienfeld PhD|
This practical guide encourages divorcing parents to focus on what is best for their child and to forge a new alliance
|Series:||Wise Guides S.|
Wise Guides: Family Break-up tackles life before, during and after divorce. Full of advice on how to deal with parental arguments, and how to cope with the idea of separation and the absence of a parent. This book provides practical information and advice on how to deal with the realities of divorce, helping young people ... read more
Divorce is never easy for a child. Many children are hit hard by a sense of guilt and loss when their parents divorce and their self-confidence and relationships can suffer. "Helping Children Cope with Divorce" offers advice about practical and emotional problems - what the legal terms mean, coping with residence orders, givi... read more
|Author:||Claudia Jewett Jarratt|
Advice for parents and professionals. Covers death, divorce, illness, and other challenges.
A comprehensive look at the issues families face following divorce or separation, and how parents can get on with life armed with new insights to apply to themselves, including ways to achieve cooperative parenting.
More New Zealand children than ever before are having to cope with the effects of their parents' separation. Parents are the principal parties but children are often the unnoticed victims. Here Trish Allen translates her wide knowledge of human development and her immense experience as a custodial specialist into easily f... read more
Nearly one out of every two marriages ends in divorce, but it doesn't have to spell disaster for the kids. With the right guidance and encouragement, they can not only survive divorce, but also truly thrive. Here is an honest, positive, and practical book, written "by" kids "for" kids, full of things they ... read more
Author Anne Hooper has radically re-written and modernised this vital resource book of the past 30 years, (formerly titled Divorce and Your Children) to suit the needs of today's separating and divorcing parents. Ultimately child-centred it informs parents how to tell your children about your separation, how to answer their q... read more
|Author:||Marc J. Ackerman|
A new edition of the bestselling guide for parents on how to successfully and positively navigate every aspect of the divorce, custody, and coparenting process. Divorce is tough for everyone involved, but it can be especially devastating for children. Updated to include the latest research, laws, and terminology, the new edit... read more
|Author:||Jill Burrett & Michael Green|
Raising your children cooperatively after separation. This important and timely book shows how shared parenting can work after separation and how both parents can maintain meaningful relationships with their children. The authors, Jill Burrett and Michael Green, bring to this work their expertise in counselling and mediatio... read more
Children living in separated family situations fare best when their relationship with each of their parents continues to be close. Putting Children First helps mothers and fathers unlock and resolve the conflict around contact with children that can arise during and after separation. Using strategies such as parenting plans, ... read more
|Author:||Richard A. Warshak|
Your ex-spouse is badmouthing you to your children, perhaps even trying to turn them against you. If you handle the situation ineffectively, you could lose your children's respect-or worse, lose contact with them. The conventional advice is to do nothing, but Dr. Richard Warshak is convinced that this approach is useless ... read more
When a marriage ends, the most important thing divorcing parents can do is to help their children through this difficult transition and remain united as parents even if they are no longer united as a couple.
In Parenting Apart divorce coach Christina McGhee offers practical advice on how to help children adjust and t... read more
|Author:||Fanny Cohen Herlem|
Is it my fault that my parents are getting divorced? Do I have to choose between my mum and my dad? Is it normal to feel angry with my parents? When faced with their parents' divorce, children have many concerns and questions that are difficult for a parent to answer. This book explores childrens' thoughts and feelings an... read more
A Mother Apart has been written to relieve the isolation of the many women separated from their child who say, "I thought I was the only one". Moving beyond the stereotype of mothers who leave, A Mother Apart provides insight and practical support for women struggling with their feelings as they adjust and come to terms with ... read more
|Author:||Philip Michael Stahl|
This revised and updated second edition features ideas from the latest research, more information on long-distance parenting, dealing with the courts, and working with a difficult co-parent. "Parents argue a lot before a divorce," says Dr. Stahl. "If they continue to argue after the divorce, their children will suffer." Stahl... read more