Books

Divorce From a Kid’s Eye View

March 4, 2008

A decade ago, two Minneapolis siblings wrote a ground breaking book entitled, “Divorce Is Not the End of the World.” It was one of the first guidebooks to coping with divorce written by kids, for kids. The book’s message is as relevant today as it was in 1997. So coauthors Zoe and Evan Stern created […]

For the Children, Making Divorce Easier

January 29, 2008

Nicholas Long, Rex L. Forehand has a book out called ‘Making Divorce Easier on Your Child’. The book contains fifty proven strategies to help your child become well-adjusted even in the midst of a divorce.

We’re Still Family

December 20, 2007

We’re Still Family: What Grown Children Have to Say About Their Parents’ Divorce , which was written by Constance Ahrons, is a highly-praised book that has gotten some very positive reviews. Ahorns randomly selected 98 pairs of divorced parents in Wisconsin and conducted a five-year study. She then went back later on to learn how […]

Workaholic Spouses

November 1, 2007

It’s one thing to work with a workaholic, but being married to one can be extremely challenging. Byran Robinson of the University of North Carolina-Charlotte is author of Chained to the Desk: A Guidebook for Workaholics, Their Partners and Children, and the Clinicians Who Treat Them, which has received several great reviews.