Helping Children Cope with Divorce
Divorcing parents feel guilty about the breakup and worry about its effects on their children. With clarity and compassion, Teyber provides specific guidelines to help parents handle the problems that emerge at each stage of the divorce process, including how to minimize distress, tailor visitation plans, and maintain discipline.
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You Can Help Your Children Successfully Adjust
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