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Surviving Your Parents’ Divorce: A Guide for Young Canadians, Second edition

Divorce and separation are hard for couples, but they're even harder on the children involved. Many kids are in emotional turmoil, uncertain about the future, and blame themselves for the bread-up, even though it's not their fault. Surviving Your Parents' Divorce fills the information gap, helping children to grasp and cope with the forces at work in a separation.

Written in non-legal language for young people age 8 to 16, this book is easy for children to read themselves, or go through with a parent.
Surviving Your Parents' Divorce
An easy-to-understand guide to:
  • the reasons for and stages of marital breakdown
  • how divorce and separation work legally
  • child custody and support
  • children's rights
  • dealing with new partners and step-siblings
  • support resources for kids
  • and more
Written by Michael Cochrane, LL.B. Published by John Wiley & Sons Canada Ltd., 1999.
Catalogue No. 0-471-64398-X
Price $19.95
Format Softcover
Pages 200
Language English only
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Last modified: June 28, 2001

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