Divorce and Teens: When a Family Splits Apart

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Enslow Publishers, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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Provides constructive ideas for teens dealing with the divorce of their parents as well as quotes from teens who have gone through many divorce situations. Coping with a parent's divorce is not easy at any age, but for many teens it is a reality they must face. Each year more and more teens have parents that are divorced or in the process of getting a divorce. Dealing with the emotional turmoil of divorce is never easy. But it does not have to be the end of the world. It can be the beginning of a changed -- and hopefully better, and happier -- life. In Divorce and Teens: When a Family Splits Apart, author Elizabeth Price helps teens find constructive ways to deal with this difficult situation. She stresses, throughout the book, that teens should remember that they are not the cause of the divorce. Their parents have their own issues that must be worked out between themselves. Price provides comfort and understanding, along with quotes from teens that have gone through many different divorce situations.

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