Caught in the middle: protecting the children of high-conflict divorce

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Lexington Books, Apr 11, 1994 - Family & Relationships - 186 pages
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Takes a hard look at the consequences of intense conflict between divorced parents This book explores both the causes and consequences of high-level, stressful conflict between divorced parents on their children's development. It also provides concrete advice to help parents work together to the benefit of all involved, most importantly the children.

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Caught in the middle: protecting the children of high-conflict divorce

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Although there have been other recent books on coparenting after divorce (e.g., Melinda Blau's Families Apart, LJ 1/94), Garrity and Baris focus primarily on situations where open conflict between ... Read full review

Contents

Understanding Conflict Developmentally
29
Normal Visitation versus Conflict Visitation
51
Identifying and Understanding Parental
65
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About the author (1994)

Baris is a psychologist in Boulder, Colorado, who lectures and leads workshops nationwide on developing healthy family relationships.