Wednesday Evenings and Every Other Weekend: From Divorced Dad to Competent CoO-Parent: A Guide for the Noncustodial Father

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In Wednesday Evenings & Every Other Weekend, Drs. Dan McClure and Jerry Saffer -- child psychologists with more than 50 years' experience between them -- help noncustodial fathers get beyond the issues of divorce to the most important job they will ever do: co-parenting their children. With humor, compassion, and toughness, they address two of our most important needs -- nurturing children of divorce and supporting caring, competent fathers.
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Overview

In Wednesday Evenings & Every Other Weekend, Drs. Dan McClure and Jerry Saffer -- child psychologists with more than 50 years' experience between them -- help noncustodial fathers get beyond the issues of divorce to the most important job they will ever do: co-parenting their children. With humor, compassion, and toughness, they address two of our most important needs -- nurturing children of divorce and supporting caring, competent fathers.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780967917917
  • Publisher: Van Doren Company, The
  • Publication date: 1/28/2001
  • Pages: 269
  • Product dimensions: 5.54 (w) x 8.49 (h) x 0.73 (d)

Table of Contents

Prologue: Saturday Morning 1
Introduction 2
1 Taking Stock: The Death of a Marriage 7
Guidelines for Dealing With Your Lawyer 17
10 Reasons Why a Courtroom Is the Last Place You Want to Find Yourself 20
2 Playing a Bad Hand Well: Mourning 26
10 Sure Signs That You Haven't Mourned 30
Mourning's Four Basic Steps 34
A Sure-Fire Recipe for Disaster 41
3 Parenting as a Skill: Becoming Knowledgeable 44
Why It Pays to Learn About Child Development 51
Guidelines for Dealing With Your Child's Therapist 63
4 What Divorce Does to Children: Becoming Aware 66
5 Dealing with Discipline: Becoming Respected 78
10 Principles of Effective Discipline 84
Not the Real Quiz
Cheap Cliches Worth Remembering 88
10 Things Guys Don't Always Think About 94
6 Parenting as a Relationship: Becoming Responsive 97
10 Things Your Kid Will Quote to His Therapist Someday If Your're Not Careful 102
The Real Quiz 119
7 Earning Access to Your Child's World: Becoming Involved 122
10 Ways to Break Your Kid's Heart 130
8 Bringing Your Child into Your World: Becoming Accessible 138
9 Managing the Visitation: Becoming Effective 147
10 Keys to a "Kid Friendly" Home 149
Guidelines for Dealing With Pediatricians (Part 1) 163
"Homework Wars"--10 Ways to Win 169
Guidelines for Dealing With Your Child's School 172
10 You and Your Ex: Becoming a Gentleman 179
Visitation and Your Ex: 10 Keys 190
The Ten Commandments of Visitation 191
11 Special Cases: Becoming Prepared 198
Guidelines for Dealing With Pediatricians (Part 2) 220
False Accusations of Abuse 225
12 Eyes on the Prize: Maintaining Perspective 242
Afterword: The Blessings of Family 267
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