Helping your Kids Cope With Divorce the Sandcastles Way

Helping your Kids Cope With Divorce the Sandcastles Way

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Divorce is painful and confusing. Perhaps now more than ever, you want to give your child all the love, support, and guidance he or she needs, but everything seems harder and more complicated. Helping Your Kids Cope with Divorce the Sandcastles Way can help. Based on Gary Neuman's phenomenally successful Sandcastles program, which has helped more than fifty thousand children cope with divorce, this warm, empathetic guide shows you:   How to build a co-parenting relationship--even when you think you can't   When you or your child should see a therapist    Age-appropriate scripts for addressing sensitive issues   What to do when a parent moves away   How to stop fighting with your ex-spouse   How to navigate the emotional turmoil of custody and visitation   How to help your child deal with change   How to cope with kids' common fears about separation   How to introduce significant others into the family and help your child cope with a new stepfamily More than a hundred pieces of artwork from children of divorce will help you appreciate how kids perceive the experience. Dozens of special activities and fun exercises will help you communicate and get closer to your child. This guide shows you that divorce need not be an inevitable blot on children's lives, but an opportunity for them to grow and strengthen the bonds with their parents. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Publisher: New York : Times Books, 1998
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780812929027
Branch Call Number: 306.89 Neuman
Characteristics: xv, 460 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Bashe, Patricia Romanowski 1949-


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Apr 29, 2015

This book mostly focuses on "regular" divorce issues. I found the limited, almost superficial, discussion of domestic violence issues depressingly dismissive, especially considering the majority of divorces have DV-components. Of particular concern was the heavy emphasis on 'co-parenting', which in cases of DV is problematic at best and downright dangerous and destructive in most situations because it ensures abusers maintain control of the family dynamics.


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