CREATIVE DIVORCE deals with the gut feelings of men and women facing the need to build new lives in the wake of loneliness, guilt, anger, rejection, and a sense of failure.
He outlines a process that goes from the death of the relationship through a period of mourning, to an ultimate rebirth of the individual. Precepts include how to reconcile your expectations of life as a divorced person, learning to live with uncertainty and a new environment, learning to relate openly to children, and understanding their need for a positive image of both parents.
|Publisher:||Penguin Publishing Group|
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About the Author
Mel Krantzler has a bachelor’s from Queens College, won the James H. Woods fellowship at Harvard University, and has a master’s degree in counseling from San Francisco State University. He is the originator of Creative Divorce Counseling and the author of Creative Divorce , the only book on divorce ever to become an international bestseller. Krantzler is a licensed marriage, family, and child counselor; a teacher; and the creator of the popular Sunrise Semester Television Series titled Creative Divorce and Learning to Love Again . He is also the author of Learning to Love Again and the coauthor of Divorcing.