Creative divorce: a new opportunity for personal growth

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Signet, Oct 1, 1975 - Family & Relationships - 240 pages
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Divorce therapist Mel Krantzler approaches the subject of divorce from a unique perspective and offers an optimistic outlook and hopeful opportunities for personal growth to those struggling to recognize and renew their individuality. CREATIVE DIVORCE draws parallels between the relationship and the life cycle, in order to help men and women cope during their period of mourning and find a new life after the death of their old one. Krantzler addresses the myriad of emotions that the divorce crisis stirs up in both men and women such as guilt, rejection, loneliness and anger, and teaches how to allow divorce to be the catalyst for positive transformations in your life.

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Contents

Acknowledgments
9
The Promise in the Pain
33
Coming to Terms with Your Past Marriage
51
Copyright

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About the author (1975)

Melvin M. Belli, Sr., is one of the world's foremost trial attorneys. A graduate of the University of California's Boalt School of Law, Mr. Belli has made his international reputation with many famous cases and has earned the title "King of Torts." He has also worked on many divorce cases, including divorces of Rita Hayworth, Barbara Hutton, Martha and John Mitchell, Nick Nolte, and others. He is the author of sixty-two other books on the law, including, most recently, "The Belli Files: Reflections on the Wayward Law"; "Everybody's Guide to the Law"; and the five-volume revised edition of" Modern Trials," Mr. Belli continues to make his home and practice law in San Francisco.
Psychologist Mel Krantzler, Ph.D., who is a clinical member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), is internationally recognized as the outstanding authority on the psychology of divorce. He is the author of the best-selling "Creative Divorce," which has sold more than two million copies since its first publication, as well as two other best-selling books: "Creative Marriage" and "Learning to Love Again," Dr. Krantzler has been an innovator in teaching courses on divorce in colleges throughout the country, and in originating divorce group counseling; he is currently the director of the Creative Divorce, Love, and Marriage Counseling Center, located in San Rafael, California.
Christopher S. Taylor, an attorney with extensive experience in divorce and related areas of the law, lives in Oakland, California.

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