Understanding and Coping with Divorce
The teen years are a time filled with many challenges and changes. This series helps teens better understand and cope with the trauma, fears, and stress brought on by significant changes to the family unit. Each book encourages children to talk about their own feelings with parents, teachers, and peers, and emphasizes the importance of empathy in everyday life. Dealing with the divorce of one's parents is difficult and, often, painful. Learn how to get through this difficult time.
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