Written by a "child of divorce" for "children of divorce," Making Your Way After Your Parents' Divorce takes an honest look at the effects that divorce can have in the life of a teenager or young adult, and the ways that they can move toward healing and forgiveness after their parents' divorce. Although aimed at teenagers and young adults, this book is a valuable resource for counselors, ministers, religious educators, social workers, and divorced parents themselves. Ideal for both individual and group use.
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This book is a fantastic and helpful work for those who are struggling with their parents' divorce. It's great for a number of reasons: 1) The author is a child of divorce herself who brings keen personal insight to the struggles that children face when their parents split up 2) It's easy to read, with chapters dedicated to specific emotions and feelings, and 3) The author shares her faith but doesn't force it on the reader. Thanks to the author for this greatly needed work! She shows a lot of courage!!