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A selection of book reviews by members and contributors.
Finding out that your partner has had an affair feels like the end of the world. It is the ultimate betrayal and the most difficult thing to do is to trust again. This text takes a frank yet sensitive look at this topic. This book looks at why people have affairs and the effect they may have upon the person who has been betrayed. It attempts to help couples understand their feelings, overcome feelings of betrayal and help them decide the next step.
The must have book for anyone bringing up children apart from their other parent - it's become a very practical bible, people tell us they have it by their bedside, that they refer back to it and that it makes them smile! It's the book we couldn't find when we got divorced. The aim is to help you, your children and your new family to move onwards and upwards. Must have reading for everyone with no preaching; just honesty and help.
Every woman has experienced her Big Breakup, the one that shakes her core and makers her feel she doesn't want to fall in love ever again. This book gently caters for those who have suffered from The Big One. While there are many casual breakup guides on the market, as well as those that offer breakup revenge tactics, none illustrate just how fabulous moving on can be. Lisa Steadman tells readers that a breakup is not about being "broken". Rather, she reminds women that a breakup is about celebrating who they are and figuring out how to pick themselves up after the fall and move on. It's about a breakup, not a breakdown!
A practical guide to healing and restoration after a broken marrage .
Three out of five marriages end in divorce. Of the two remaining, one continues in frustration. Just statistics, but behind these anonymous figures there are people struggling with pain, anxiety, fear and unfulfilled dreams. Many will be able to identify with the emotional trauma associated with separation/divorce. This book together with the many case studies, offers practical guidelines towards restoration and wholeness.
This book offers practical steps to healing your hurts, finding fresh perspective, managing your new life.
Divorce is a time of loss—it also becomes a time of change with the possibility that each partner might move forward toward personal restoration and wholeness. But how? David and Lisa Frisbie, authors of Happily Remarried, share godly wisdom, sound advice, and encouragement to help readers
The Divorced Dad's Survival Book: How to Stay Connected with Your Kids shows how to navigate the process of getting a divorce so as to minimize the negative impact on one's children. The goal of the book is to show how fathers can use the divorce to improve their relationship with their kids. David Knox, a divorced father of two, presents a book designed to show fathers how to replace the fear of losing their children with insightful knowledge of what the children may be experiencing during the divorce and offers specific suggestions on maintaining and improving relations with them. The father-child relationship cannot only survive but also triumph over divorce through conscious and deliberate planning and execution.
This book provides practical hard-to-find help to fathers who are separated from their kids. It covers various relevant areas from legal and financial to emotional and recreational. This work is delivered in a down-to-earth and accessible style.
The Custody Minefield is an essential self-help work for mothers, fathers and grandparents wishing to resolve residence and contact issues related to separation and divorce, and is intended for parents separating in England and Wales under the jurisdiction of the English and Welsh Courts.
It's extraordinary that there is no other book to help parents reduce the pains of divorce for their children. Both professional authors work in the areas of family support and family law. They have deep experience of the cause-and-effect problems that relate to divorce. This book draws on the questions children ask and the feelings they hide. These are organised as sub-headings under each new topic. The book explains in clear, simple terms how to anticipate problems, avoid unneccessary harm and, of course, what action to take if things have gone wrong.
Alex has two homes - a home where Daddy lives and a home where Mummy lives. Alex has two front doors, two bedrooms and two very different favourite chairs. He has a toothbrush at Mummy's and a toothbrush at Daddy's. But whether Alex is with Mummy or Daddy, one thing stays the same: Alex is loved by them both - always. This portrayal of the life of a child whose parents are divorced is full of warmth, comfort and affection.