Divorced Dad Dilemma

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This definitive work guides divorcing fathers through the complications of divorce, while offering support for maintaining and strengthening connections to children.

At last, the confused and hurt father, experiencing the loss of marriage, family life, and routine contact with his children, can find calm and loving guidance in how to live in changed circumstances. So much written about divorce and single parenting is addressed to women. Until recently, a caring father has had ...

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Overview

This definitive work guides divorcing fathers through the complications of divorce, while offering support for maintaining and strengthening connections to children.

At last, the confused and hurt father, experiencing the loss of marriage, family life, and routine contact with his children, can find calm and loving guidance in how to live in changed circumstances. So much written about divorce and single parenting is addressed to women. Until recently, a caring father has had relatively little guidance for his conduct in the painful process of dismantling a traditional family and establishing a new basis for relating to his former spouse and his children. Gerald S. Mayer, in The Divorced Dad Dilemma, provides this critically needed guidance in an authoritative, gentle, and thorough manner.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595141920
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 12/28/2000
  • Pages: 108
  • Product dimensions: 6.22 (w) x 8.60 (h) x 0.31 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction

CHAPTER 1 - - Parenting and Loss
CHAPTER 2 - - Attachments Made, Attachments Broken
CHAPTER 3 - - Big Boys Don't Cry: Men & Grief
CHAPTER 4 - - Living with an open wound: The special nature of the divorce loss
CHAPTER 5 - - Complications
CHAPTER 6 - - Taking Inventory
CHAPTER 7 - - Taming the Demons: Authentic male emotionality
CHAPTER 8 - - Asking for and getting help
CHAPTER 9 - - Unnecessary losses: Our Children
CHAPTER 10 - - Distant Dancing: Coparenting
CHAPTER 11 - - "Daddy's got a Girlfriend:" New Attachments
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2012

    Sweet

    Very touching

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    Posted March 9, 2003

    I Feel Understood...Finally!

    This book is written by someone who has 'been there'. Nothing is glossed over in this book. If you are struggling with the feelings of a complicated divorce and your relationship with your kids is affected, this book is for you!

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