What's My Job?: Helping Children Navigate the Rough Waters of Separation and Divorce

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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This is an essential book for your child if you are a parent going through the stress of separation or divorce. This book is designed to help children better understand what is best for them when they are confronted by angry or sad parents that try either directly or indirectly to invole the children in their issues with each other. It is written so that children may read it themselves or have it read to them by a parent.
  

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Alexandra Armstrong, CFP(r) is a registered representative of Commonwealth Financial Network(r), Member FINRA/SIPC, and a Registered Investment Adviser. She serves as Chairman of Armstrong, Fleming & Moore, Inc., a financial planning firm based in Washington, D.C. which she started in 1983. Her clients include single women, dual income couples, retirees and those close to retirement.

Ms. Armstrong has served as president of the Financial Planning Association, president of the Boy Scouts National Capital Area Council, and president of the National Association of Women Business Owners. She serves as a board member for Reading Is Fundamental and for the Foundation for Financial Planning and is past president and a current member of the Women's Forum of Washington. She has been included in the Washingtonian Magazine's November 2010 list of experts and the "Washington Business Hall of Fame" and has received the Alumni of the Year Award from Stone Ridge and the Award of Excellence in Commerce from Boston College Alumni Association.

Ms. Armstrong has written a financial planning column for BetterInvesting Magazine since 1978. She has been quoted in virtually every major U.S. financial publication and has appeared on numerous national television programs including, CBS This Morning, Good Morning America, and Wall $treet Week.

Mary R. Donahue Ph.D. has a successful psychology practice in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. Her practice is primarily focused on families in crisis and women dealing with a variety of issues including career development, relationships, and loss.

Her commitment to women's issues has led her to speak with regularity to both professional and lay audiences. This includes educating the judiciary and professional groups such as the American Bar Association, local County Bar Associations and the Association of Family and Conciliatory Courts. She has been a contributor to the Washingtonian Magazine and spoken on both radio and television shows with regard to these matters.

She is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Maryland Psychological Association. She is the co-author of a children's book entitled, What's My Job.

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