Growing Up Divorced

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Ballantine Books, 1984 - Social Science - 294 pages
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Long after the pain of your divorce has faded, your children may have problems you never imagined. This warm, authoritative handbook for divorced and divorcing parents by a divorced mother of three, offers a complete description of the crises facing "divorced children" and focuses on relieving distress before it becomes permanent damage.
"So sensibly and warmly written that it should be accessible to even the most defensive or frightened divorced parents." THE WASHINGTON POST

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Contents

GROWING UP DIVORCED
3
THE PARENTAL RHYTHMS OF DIVORCE
17
What Divorce Means
40
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About the author (1984)

Linda Bird Francke, a former editor at Newsweek and award-winning journalist, is the author of Ground Zero: The Gender Wars in the Military and Growing Up Divorced. She lives in Sagaponack, New York, with her husband, Harvey Loomis.

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