Helping Children Survive Divorce provides specific ways to help children cope with the psychological, social, and spiritual difficulties surrounding their parents’ divorce including minimizing damage to children, common mistakes made by divorced parents, how to handle guilt, essential steps to help your child cope with depression and anger, ensuring your child’s healthy post divorce development, four issues that must be dealt with in the event of remarriage, do’s and don’ts for successfully building a blended family.
Psychologist Archibald Hart (and the child of parents who divorced when he was 12) urges parents to recognize that “divorce is not the neutral the child will get over it quickly life event that many would have us believe”.
But it doesn’t have to cause harsh consequences that plague children all their lives. With encouraging insights and specific steps, outlined in friendly heart-to-heart language, Helping Children Survive Divorce is essential reading for divorcing parents. — Midwest Book Review
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