How It Feels When Parents Divorceby Jill Krementz
In this immensely moving book, nineteen boys and girls, from seven to sixteen years old and from highly diverse backgrounds, share with us their deepest feelings about their parents' divorce. By listening to them, all children of divorced parents can find constructive ways to help themselves through this difficult time. And they will learn that their own shock and anger, confusion and pain, have been experienced by others and are normal and appropriate. These boys and girls speak with extraordinary honesty and tolerance, and with a remarkable absence of rationalization, illusion, or attempt to justify their own often-trying behavior in response to their situations. Their stories are immediate and convincing, and their generosity in confiding their feelings should provide comfort to children and parents alike.
-- Dr. T. Berry Brazelton
"Krementz has captured the painful and resilient humanity of these families both in her photographs and in the words she has selected. This is truly an important book."
-- Edward H. Garcia, Dallas Morning News
"These are poignant and honest pictures and stories of children of divorce, told in their own words. They should give valuable insights to all divorced and divorcing parents -- and to their children too. They are more revealing than the books written by the professionals."
-- Dr. Benjamin Spock
- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
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- Random House
- NOOK Book
- File size:
- 4 MB
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