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Mom's House, Dad's House for Kids: Feeling at Home in One Home or Two

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2006

    Putting Children FIrst

    This is a special book. It is not simply another 'how to' for kids, it is a door to another realm where the world of tweens and teens takes center stage from divorce, through parents dating to forming a stepfamily. It's their book, the best that law, psychology and wisdom have to offer translated into their terms showing how the older child can take the tragedy of parental divorce and resistence to remarraige and transform it into understanding, growth and maturity. I have practiced family law for 23 years and there is a great need for books for the older child to help them understand and transition themsleves so their capacity to have successful relationships is enhanced.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 6, 2006

    So kids not only survive, but thrive

    This book can be a young person's full-time guide not just to the logistics, emotions, and decisions that arise during parents' divorce, but also to growing up strong under any conditions. As a mother whose daughter was 9 at the time of divorce, I would have bought two copies - one for me and one for her - so that each of us could have it handy 24/7 and write our own marginal notes. Three copies. One for dad, too. Arguments may be commonplace during and after divorce, but no one could argue with the solid foundation and practical value of Dr. Ricci's ideas or her profound love of children and families. It should be in the waiting room of every therapist, as well.

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