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I Am Divorced But I'm Still Me - A Child's View of Divorce (Nick's Story) [NOOK Book]

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Nick is a child telling the story of how his world changes as a result of his parents’ divorce. Nick, like other children going through divorce, experiences an emotional rollercoaster.  He is confused, sad and angry.  He feels alone and ashamed. He is dealing with many changes — new homes, different schedules, and now, he travels back and forth from his mom’s home to his dad’s home.  Initially, Nick’s parents are upset and going through their own struggles.  Later, they realize the divorce is ...
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I Am Divorced But I'm Still Me - A Child's View of Divorce (Nick's Story)

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Overview

Nick is a child telling the story of how his world changes as a result of his parents’ divorce. Nick, like other children going through divorce, experiences an emotional rollercoaster.  He is confused, sad and angry.  He feels alone and ashamed. He is dealing with many changes — new homes, different schedules, and now, he travels back and forth from his mom’s home to his dad’s home.  Initially, Nick’s parents are upset and going through their own struggles.  Later, they realize the divorce is impacting Nick, and the family begins to communicate.  

This book mirrors children’s experience of divorce through powerful illustrations and words.   By mirroring what children are feeling and facing, it helps them communicate about their own divorce.  Reading this book gives parents the tools to open a dialog to help their children.   Talking about divorce allows parents and children to move forward and begin healing.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015740936
  • Publisher: Telemachus Press, LLC
  • Publication date: 11/6/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 32
  • Age range: 6 - 8 Years
  • File size: 4 MB

Meet the Author

Amie Greenberg and her mother Barbara Greenberg wrote this book after personally and professionally experiencing the impact of divorce. They recognized a need to acknowledge how children viewed their world before, during and after a divorce. Their hope is to help other families who are going through the pain of divorce.

Amie Greenberg, JD, MBA, is an attorney who practices family law in Beverly Hills, California.

Barbara Greenberg, MD, is a psychiatrist, neurologist and family therapist in Brea, California.

Monica Ek is a fine arts teacher and manager of an art studio where her passion inspires children to develop their artistic talents. Monica uses a variety of mediums in her artwork. Her paintings have been featured in various art shows and at California State University Fullerton.
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