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What About the Children?

What About the Children?
Julie Lynn Evans
26 Mar 2009
Bantam Press
ISBN-10: 0593060709 ISBN-13: 978-0593060704

How to help children survive separation and divorce. Written by well known psychotherapist, Julie Lynn Evans, What About the Children? features a foreword by Professor Peter Hill, Consultant Child Psychiatrist, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children.

Many adults tell themselves that children are resilient, while others feel they are hurting the people they love the most. Julie Lynn Evans describes children's artwork when one depressed mother appears as a sagging black balloon; a dissolute absent father is scrunched up into a clay ball and hurled around the garden.The book explains how to interpret a child's symptoms and reactions and provides parents with practical tools to overcome their problems. Remedies are simple and common sense

There is advice for outsiders too. Broken homes can be healed from the outside. Non judgmental grandparents, neighbours and others can help. The last thing a distressed parent needs to hear is criticism even though it might be well intended.

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