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4 edition of A Mother/s Guide to Divorce found in the catalog.

A Mother/s Guide to Divorce

Practical Tips for Women with Children

by Deborah Cantrell

  • 195 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Trafford Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Advice on parenting,
  • Separation & divorce,
  • Family & Relationships,
  • Family/Marriage,
  • Family & Relationships / Divorce,
  • Divorce & Separation

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9812597M
    ISBN 101412003113
    ISBN 109781412003117
    OCLC/WorldCa52152500

      This book has advice for women without children, as well as information that will be of interest to mothers, particularly regarding the economic effects of divorce in children’s lives. This book.   Goldberg’s tell-all guide to divorce and parenting, Surviving & Thriving During a Contested Custody Case: A Complete Blueprint, will be useful for family law attorneys and their clients going through a contested and contentious divorce or a modification of a prior order. Divorces are on the rise and spiking all across the country.

    Dear Sonali, is a passion project from the TV's Divorce Court Host. Seeking to share her mother's wisdom with a daughter of her own, this mother of six boys has written letters for young women to help them grow, conquer and thrive. From money to men, to passion and profession Judge Lynn gives her best advice From he particular point of view/5(20). It seems like a new celebrity father gets divorced every week. Recent divorced dads include Jon Gosselin, Robin Williams, Usher, Mel Gibson, Bradley Whitford, Edward Furlong, and Thomas Jane-- and those are just the famous y half of all American marriages end in divorce and some studies suggest 60% of those splits involve children.

    “The Mom’s Guide to a Good Divorce” is a practical guide to help those women who have decided to get a divorce to understand all of the details they need to think through always keeping in focus what is best for their children. The guidance is written in a conversational tone from one mom to another and is served up in bite-sized pieces/5(1). Great book to help explain divorce to children ages This book can also be used as a guide for the entire family. It explains times that children may struggle during the divorce. It is colorful and attractive for young children, and one of the best aspects of the book is the way it targets children’s emotions.


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A Mother/s Guide to Divorce by Deborah Cantrell Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Mother's Guide to Divorce answers basic questions associated with divorce preparation. This book is not a substitute for legal counsel, but contains volumes of practical advice which provides the reader with the information needed to seek exceptional legal representation.

With over 80 "tips" A Mother/s Guide to Divorce book the book, each chapter aids a mother facing /5(4). A Mother's Guide to Divorce answers basic questions associated with divorce preparation.

This book is not a substitute for legal counsel, but contains volumes of practical advice which provides the reader with the information needed to seek exceptional legal representation. With over 80 "tips", each chapter aids a mother facing divorce in /5(4).

"Not Your Mother's Divorce offers the best kind of book therapy: comforting, informative, and practical advice for a new generation of divorcees."--Pamela Paul, author of The Starter Marriage and the Future of Matrimony "Not Your Mother's Divorce is a witty, knowledgeable and compassionate book.

A standout performance."5/5(14). Vicki Iovine is the author of GIRLFRIENDS’ GUIDE TO PREGNANCY, GIRLFRIENDS’ GUIDE TO SURVIVING THE FIRST YEAR OF MOTHERHOOD, GIRLFRIENDS’ GUIDE TO TODDLERS and GIRLFRIENDS’ GUIDE TO GETTING YOUR GROOVE BACK.

She helped create the Divorce section on Huffington Post, wrote advice columns for the LOS ANGELES TIMES, REDBOOK and CHILD. Created by Marti Noxon.

With Lisa Edelstein, Beau Garrett, Necar Zadegan, Alanna Ubach. Follows a best-selling author of a self-help book series who hides her recent A Mother/s Guide to Divorce book as she starts to navigate her life as a single woman in her 40s in Los Angeles.

"Written by a divorce coach and therapist, this book changed my perspective on my experience so that I could focus on where to go from here. After being in a marriage where I was always trying to change to accommodate my partner's wishes, divorce was a wake-up call to reconnect with the woman I was before marriage.

Since its publication inElliott’s book has become Amazon’s bestselling self-help book on divorce. The author herself divorced her first husband and. The Mom’s Guide to a Good Divorce is your essential divorce guide. This book on divorce will help you navigate the divorce process when children are involved.

Home. Author. Blog. Media. Order. Blog. More. Order Book. Sarah was one of the first people I called when I realized I was getting a divorce. A Mother’s Guide to Custody “The key to winning your custody case is a very easy one.

Simply put, be the better parent. I know this sounds very simplistic and in operation is very difficult. But it is necessary if you want to have custody of your child.”. In this unique, profoundly inspirational memoir, Divorce Court star Judge Lynn Toler shares her mother’s wisdom for learning to conquer anger and become immune to insult.

Toler credits her mother’s “rules” for life – a life that saw her grow up the daughter of a poor teen mother and endure a husband who suffered mental illness and Reviews:   Sarah Armstrong's book is an exceptional guide to navigating a divorce, nuts to bolts.

I suggest you buy it, as I did, even if you are happily married. I truly benefited from learning about the best outcomes a an educated divorce can provide. Now I will be able to be a wiser, more insightful ear to my friends in the divorce s:   1. Too Good to Leave Too Bad to Stay, A Step-by-Step Guide to Helping You Decide Whether to Stay in or Get Out of Your Relationship, Mira Kirshenbaum.

This divorce book should be required reading for anyone struggling with the decision to divorce. "Divorce is a refreshingly practical, hands-on guide written specifically for American women facing divorce.

This highly informative book will leave you with a clear understanding of the options available to you when it comes to separation, preparing for divorce, the legal aspects of the divorce process itself, financial and property. "DIVORCE A Woman's Guide to Divorce" is packed with practical answers to your questions about divorce.

Written in plain English, with easy to follow chapters, this guide can empower you with the knowledge to make informed decisions when your marriage ends. It will show you how to plan and manage your divorce, giving you the confidence necessary to: Safeguard yourself before you ever.

You may be left with sleepless nights, feelings of rejection, and a deep desire to fix the problems in your marriage. This article will help you by giving advice from a woman and mother’s point of view. You will find links to articles that will guide you through commonly faced problems women deal with during the divorce process.

Parents, especially mothers need to go through a checklist before signing up for a thing as big as divorce. This will help them move in the right direction and guide them to something which they will not regret later, especially due to children being involved.

Below is the essential divorce checklist for mothers. Whether your marriage can be saved. I was stuck in this pattern for two decades and it only dawned on me when I was writing my book (20 years after my maternal divorce) that never once did my mother initiate a reconciliation.

My family and my mother’s church friends believe I remain a child in need of God’s forgiveness. That’s their issue, not mine. No regrets. LF: Did you ever see her again, after you turned forty.

MG: No, that divorce was final. When she died, a relative left me a voice mail. I took a deep breath and imagined my mother in peace at last. Toler credits her mother for helping her survive, and shares her wisdom in a new book, "My Mother's Rules: A Practical Guide to Becoming an Emotional Genius." She joined us.

Not Your Mother's Divorce, aka NYMD, was a very helpful and empowering book for me. It dispelled the following myths: Because this is your choice, you don't have the right to feel bad about it Because you're making other people unhappy, you don't have the right to feel happy yourself Useful things I learned: I am going through a grieving process, just like with any other loss.4/5.

"Not Your Mother's Divorce offers the best kind of book therapy: comforting, informative, and practical advice for a new generation of divorcees." —Pamela Paul, author of The Starter Marriage and the Future of Matrimony "Not Your Mother's Divorce is a witty, knowledgeable and compassionate book.

A standout performance."Author: Kay Moffett.Meet the cast and learn more about the stars of of Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce with exclusive news, photos, videos and more at   Some of us see divorce coming from a long way off.

And others don't see it until they hear those terrifying words: "I want a divorce." Especially for women who don't see it coming, that separation can send you into an emotional tailspin.

And your turmoil can propel you to make some horrible mistakes that can cause an awful lot of trouble later on.