Broken hearts-- healing: young poets speak out on divorce

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Poet Tree Press, 2001 - Family & Relationships - 234 pages
Contains the poems of almost 200 children who remind us that divorce ends a marriage & not the relationship with the children. Each section of the book is organized into a progression of themes that emerge from the poems. Either as a guide to help a child voice his or her fears, to help parents knew of the pain & frustrations caused by a divorce or to help healing start through the knowledge that you are not alone, this book can make a difference in a child's life.

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my heart is broken
whose fault is it?
you are missing my life

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Worthen has a PhD in Interpersonal Communication from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. After 15 years as a professor, he resigned from teaching full time so that he could move closer to his kids and spend his time being "the best divorced dad he can be".

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