Parenting After Divorce: Resolving Conflicts and Meeting Your Children's Needs
"Your divorce doesn't have to damage your children..., " Stahl assures, " ... especially if you limit your children's exposure to your conflicts." He knows parents are not perfect, and he uses that knowledge to show imperfect parents how to settle their differences in the best interests of the children. This revised and updated second edition features ideas from the latest research, more information on long-distance parenting, dealing with the courts, and working with a difficult co-parent. A realistic perspective on divorce and its effects on children, Parenting After Divorce features knowledgeable advice from an expert custody evaluator. Packed with real-world examples, this book avoids idealistic assumptions, and offers practical help for divorcing parents, custody evaluators, family court counselors, marriage and family therapists and others interested in the best interests of the children.
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Parenting After Divorce: A Guide to Resolving Conflicts and Meeting Your Children's Needs (Rebuilding Books)User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Stressing the need to let go of anger toward the other parent, to do one's personal best regardless of the other parent, and to choose the best for the child, Stahl, a psychologist, therapist, and ... Read full review
I have many years experience facilitating divorce recovery workshops and support groups and mediating divorce settlements. I have attended a workshop / seminar conducted by this author. This is one of the best books available on this topic. Divorcing or divorced parents would do their children and eternal favor if they would read and FOLLOW, i.e. LIVE, the advice of this author. I consider Stahl a tremendous resource and a man with a heart.
-Don C. Hampton
Conflict Communication CoParenting
Its Time for a Truce
Your Child Is Not a Percentage
Your Childs Childhood
Children Arent Property
Taking Care of Yourself
Dealing with Special Problems
Dealing with the Courts