I've been a practicing psychologist in an outpatient setting for over twenty years. I run into the same issues and problems almost every day (addictions, anxiety, ADHD/learning disabilities, assertiveness, children's behaviors, mood disorders, relationships and self-esteem). This ebook is another about children; in this case what they experience after their parents separate and/or divorce.
Here's some particulars... This ebook discusses what not to do after the divorce, or put more positively, what to do to help your children cope and process this very big life-changing event. It focuses on both the parent and child's experiences. However, since I am a child psychologist, it presents information in a way to make the child's experience better.
I actually start out the ebook discussing what to do "before" telling the children, so that their needs are better met right from the start. Then, I write about the usual thorny issues that plague children and parents alike- -children's basic needs, communication between the parents, post-divorce co-parenting, visitation, techniques to help children cope, etc.
This is a fat ebook, crammed into less than fifty pages. There is twenty-five years of outpatient psychology experience stuffed into a direct, to-the-point format.
Lastly, most parents tell me they wished they had read this ebook "before" initiating divorce, not to mention afterwards. Now you can...