Moving Forward After Divorce: Practical Steps to * Healing Your Hurts * Finding Fresh Perspective * Managing Your New Life (Google eBook)

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Harvest House Publishers, Aug 1, 2006 - 240 pages
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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: heal from feelings of anger and abandonment discover the sufficiency of God develop interests, dreams, and skills raise healthy kids alone or as a co-parent manage money (or the lack of it) This excellent resource provides great help for those with children and will guide any divorced reader to see the hope of a second chance as they learn to depend on God's grace, sufficiency, and promises.
  

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Surprised by 'Inspiration' Title

User Review  - Lori Fisher - Borders

I found this book in the 'Inspiration' section while shopping for a book that my nephew wanted. Recently divorced, I was drawn to the book's title and began reading it, despite my skepticism. I was ... Read full review

Review: Moving Forward After Divorce: Practical Steps To: Healing Your Hurts; Finding Fresh Perspective

User Review  - Dr. David & Lisa Frisbie - Christianbook.com

Divorce hurts --- and just when you think you're "over it," the pain comes back stronger than ever.After 25 years of learning from divorced women and men, we wanted to share some of the best ideas we ... Read full review

Contents

A Horizon of Hope
9
Embracing a Chance for Spiritual
31
Making the Choice to Grow and Change
51
Parenting AloneTogether and Always
71
and Teens
129
For Better or WorseTo Remarry or Remain Alone
147
for You?
167
After DivorceWhere to Find Help and Hope
185
A Divorce Roundtable
201
Thanks to Our Friends from the Journey
211
Resources on Divorce and Family Topics
229
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