The Boys and Girls Book about Divorce
Should Your Parents Be Married Even If They're Unhappy With Each Other?
If your parents fuss at you does it mean they don't love you? How can you tell if your father loves you, if he lives in another city? Are you "bad" when you get angry with your mother or father? Why is it a mistake to talk to one parent about another? Do you blame yourself for your parents' divorce?
This warm and honest book provides reassuring answers to these and many more crucial questions children ask about divorce.
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