Adult Children of Divorce Workbook: A Compassionate Program of Healing from Your Parents' Divorce

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Penguin Group USA, Jan 1, 1992 - Psychology - 240 pages
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This unique and highly practical workbook will guide the estimated 20 million Adult Children of Divorce (ACDs) through the pain and confusion specific to their own past. Topics included are how divorce affects children at various ages, difficulty of stepping into adult roles as children, problems with siblings, long-term effects of divorce, and more.

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Exploring every last part of my soul (which I have realized is necessary to achieve my dreams), I am led to this book on divorce since it is something that happened to me in my youth and I haven't dealt with it enough. The book gives you some things to think about. I was intrigued by the book's comparison between adult children of divorce and adult children of alcoholics. 


Healing from Your Parents
The Birth of a Wounded Generation
The Wounding of Innocence

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Neal Hirschfeld was a prize-winning reporter and editor for the "Daily News." He has also written for "O, The Oprah Magazine; Reader's Digest; The New York Times;" and other publications.

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