Cultural Sociology Of Divorce

Author: Robert E. Emery
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1412999588
Size: 59.44 MB
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This multi-disciplinary encyclopedia covers curricular subjects related to divorce as examined by disciplines ranging from marriage and the family to anthropology, social and legal history, developmental and clinical psychology, and religion, all through a lens of cultural sociology.

Secrets To Stepfamily Success

Author: Gloria Lintermans
Publisher: Gloria Lintermans
ISBN: 1605944181
Size: 14.28 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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With the right preparation and resources, a step or blended family can be a stable foundation for co-parents and children.


Author: Kathlyn Gay
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0810892391
Size: 62.29 MB
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This book focuses on the emotional, physical, and often financial upheaval that many young people experience when parents divorce. The book addresses such issues as money concerns, self-blame, getting caught in the middle, living in a stepfamily, and depression. With an emphasis on how teens can cope with parental divorce, the book includes informational sidebars as well as a list of resources.

Help Your Children Cope With Your Divorce

Author: Paula Hall
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1446489558
Size: 75.35 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Children of all ages can be devastated by the news that their parents are splitting up. Even those who have been living in a highly conflictual situation are often shocked by their parents' final decision to separate. For most children, separation means major changes to family life and often losing a parent. The long-term impacts of divorce are now widely recognised with increasing chances of problems at school, criminal behaviour, problems in their own relationships and mental illness. This guide will provide you with clear advice and guidance on how to minimise the impact of your relationship breakdown on your children. Including: - An explanation of the age-specific issues that children face when they find out their family is breaking up - Professional comment, stories and quotes from children - Checklists and case studies Acknowledging the personal difficulties faced by the adult who has made the decision to leave, as well as the adult who feels they are being abandoned, this sensitive, accessible guide is a must for all parents going through divorce or separation who are concerned for their children.

Divorcing With Dignity

Author: Elise I. Guari
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1490741437
Size: 18.13 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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This book is intended to support parents who are experiencing divorce. It is intended to be a reminder that children need to be supported and protected during this experience in their lives. I hope to provide people who are divorcing with some gentle reminders and some level of comfort that they are not alone during this difficult time and that you can do it with dignity.

Healthy Divorce

Author: Lois Gold M.S.W.
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
ISBN: 1402250622
Size: 15.21 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The Healthy Divorce empowers couples to negotiate, handle sensitive issues, and resolve conflicts in a way that allows them to emerge from divorce with their emotional well-being intact.

Ex Etiquette For Parents

Author: Jann Blackstone-Ford
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
ISBN: 1569762260
Size: 32.99 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Written for both biological parents and stepparents, this helpful guide provides the tools necessary to raising well-adjusted children after a stressful divorce. Innovative in its technique and cowritten by a certified divorce and stepfamily expert and her own stepchildren's mother, this etiquette book provides an authentic guide for ex-spouses to interact on a civil and healthy level. Sample conversation for everyday scenarios help exes create a positive environment and ensure the mental and physical well-being of the children. Whether it's coordinating discipline between households, introducing a new partner, dealing with late child support payments, or providing a regular schedule for children, this guide empowers parents to change what they can--their attitudes and communication skills. In doing so, divorced parents can increase their self-esteem and personal growth and emerge confident that they can handle awkward situations and powerful emotions while keeping the children's best interests a priority.