After Your Divorce: Creating the Good Life on Your Own

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Impact Publishers, 2006 - Family & Relationships - 238 pages
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It's over. The divorce is final, he's out of your house and -- mostly -- out of your life. Now what? Are you ready to get on with your life? Do you have dreams, plans, skills, energy for what comes next? And will you be making it happen, or letting it happen? MacGregor and Alberti have prepared a friendly, straightforward manual of advice and suggestions that assumes every woman is capable of handling life on her own. Helps for emotional recovery (MacGregor is a "survivor," Alberti is a psychologist), practical matters (credit, home repairs), dealing with your ex (be assertive!), helping your children to cope ("we didn't divorce you!"), and much, much more.

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"Clear guidance in practical areas... highly recommended." -- Library Journal, January 2006


LIFE ON YOUR OWN Chapter 1 Getting Off the Emotional Roller Coaster
Climbing the Mountain of Divorce Recovery
Big Changes in Your Life
Your Working Life
Broadening Your Horizons
STUFF IN YOUR LIFE Chapter 6 Practical Matters
KIDS IN YOUR LIFE Chapter 7 What Have I Done to My Kids?
If Your Kids Are With You
ADULTS IN YOUR LIFE Chapter 11 About Your Family and Friends
Dealing with Your Ex
Dating Again
The Other Dating Game Kids 2 Date 0
To Marry Again or Not?
Safer Sex
Would It Help to See a Therapist?

If Your Kids Are With Him or Whom?
If Your Kids Arent Kids Any More

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Cynthia MacGregor's 50 published books include Jigsaw Puzzle Family, the Divorce Helpbooks for Teens and Kids, The Abduction Prevention Library (six books), Why Do People Have to Die?, and Why Do We Have to Move? Divorced, with a divorced daughter, she writes with both "book knowledge" and personal experience. Cynthia lives, writes, edits, puns and teaches creative writing and public speaking in South Florida.Robert E. Alberti, Ph.D., psychologist, marriage and family therapist, author/co-author of several books (including million-copy bestsellers Your Perfect Right and Rebuilding) has edited over 100 books. His work has received international recognition as the "gold standard" for psychological self-help. Native Californians married more than 45 years, Dr. Bob and his wife, Deborah, have two adult children and three grandchildren.

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