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by Elissa P. Benedek M.D.,Catherine F. Brown

Author: Elissa P. Benedek M.D.,Catherine F. Brown
Subcategory: Psychology & Counseling
Language: English
Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks; Second Edition edition (August 20, 2001)
Pages: 336 pages
Category: Fitness and Health
Rating: 4.9
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This book is your guide to: - Helping your children adjust to your separation and divorce- Telling your children about how the divorce will affect them- Reassuring your children that you will continue to love and care for them and then doing just that- Helping you avoid many of the parenting.

This book is your guide to: - Helping your children adjust to your separation and divorce- Telling your children about how the divorce will affect them- Reassuring your children that you will continue to love and care for them and then doing just that- Helping you avoid many of the parenting pitfalls common after divorce- Keeping your relationship with your ex-spouse as free.

Divorce and Co-parenting. A Support Guide for the Modern Family. Featured! Elissa P. Benedek, . and Samantha A. Huettner, . This guide offers new methods of alternative dispute resolution, including mediation, arbitration, collaborative law, and parenting coordinators, as it addresses a wide variety of family situations, such as the following: Uninvolved or absent noncustodial parents.

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Children always suffer the most during a divorce, and parents don’t know what to say or do to help them. Drawn from more than twenty years of clinical and forensic experience, this invaluable manual gives answers to some of the most common questions on which divorced parents seek guidance, such as:

Helping children adjust to separation and divorceTelling children about how the divorce will affect themReassuring children that their parents will continue to love and care for them—and then just doing thatHelping avoid many of the parenting pitfalls common after divorceKeeping the relationship between ex-spouses as free ofconflict as possibleCooperating with ex-spouses on matters pertaining to the childrenHelping children feel good about themselves and growas individuals