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Take coparenting to the next level and provide a stable environment for your children as you and your spouse begin tackling your separation or divorce. For parents who are separating and want to put their children first, birdnesting could be the interim custody solution you've been looking for. Instead of the children splitting their time being shuttled between mom and dad's separate homes, birdnesting allows the children to stay in the nest and instead, requires mom and dad to swap, allowing each parent to stay elsewhere when not with the children. Initially popularized by celebrities, this method of coparenting is now becoming more mainstream as a way to help ease children into a new family dynamic. Birdnesting takes work and commitment but with Dr. Ann Gold Buscho's guidance, you'll learn everything you need to know about this revolutionary method. In The Parent's Guide to Birdnesting, you will discover the pros and cons, the financial and interpersonal considerations, and if it's the right decision for you and your family.
Small town drama makes Hollywood look like a walk in the park. For those going through a divorce in a small town and are ready to feel confident, capable, and competent, now is the time to take action with Small Town Divorce. Denise Anderson walked through those same trenches after experiencing her own dramatic small-town divorce. She has coached and mentored dozens of others who have experienced similar drama, taking them from surviving to thriving. In Small Town Divorce, those going through a divorce in a small town learn how to: Tackle adversaries, gossip, and more Grow their skills when it comes to riding the emotional rollercoaster Face their greatest fears Develop their ability to have any conversation Axe the thoughts making them question their ability to be a good parent, a good person, or good enough
Adult children are often overlooked and forgotten when their parents divorce later in life, but in these pages they will find comfort and understanding for the many feelings, frustrations, and challenges they face. For more than two decades, a silent revolution has been occurring and creating a seismic shift in the American family and families in other countries. It has been unfolding without much comment, and its effects are being felt across three to four generations: more couples are divorcing later in life. Called the gray divorce revolution, the cultural phenomenon describes couples who divorce after the age of 50. Overlooked in the issues that affect couples divorcing later in in life are the adult children of divorcing parents. Their voices open this book, and they are the voices of men and women, 18 to 50 years old. Some of them are single; some are married. Some have children of their own. All of them are in different stages of shock, fear, and sudden, dramatic change. In Home Will Never Be the Same: A Guide for Adult Children of Gray Divorce, Carol Hughes and Bruce Fredenburg share their deep understanding gained during the innumerable hours they have spent with these women and men in their clinical practices. The result is a valuable resource for these too often forgotten adult children, many of whom find that, whenever they express their feelings and experiences, the most important people in their lives frequently ignore and dismiss them. As the divorce rate for older adults soars, so too does the number of adult children who are experiencing parental divorce. Yet, these adult children frequently say that they are the only ones who are aware of what they are going through, no one understands what they are experiencing, and they feel painfully alone.
Parents going through separation or divorce are understandably worried about how the change in the family will affect their children. This guide walks parents through all the factors they should consider and offers step-by-step guidance on how to work together to put their children first. From sharing the news with children in an age-appropriate way to handling the issue of custody, from concerns about affairs or abuse to embarking on remarriage and blending families, Co-Parenting Through Separation and Divorce offers a roadmap through one of life's most difficult challenges with the goal of healthy, happy kids informing every decision along the way.
Fearful to Fabulous helps divorced women push through the challenges presented by their midlife divorce and help them find their inner fabulosity! . Fiona Eckersley went through divorce at age forty-five with four kids in tow, so she knows first-hand what it's like to face all these very real fears. Now, she wants to share what she has learned from her own experiences and from those of the women she has coached. Fearful to Fabulous provides a clear pathway for divorced women to get to a place where they feel financially stable and finally in control of their life. In Fearful to Fabulous, women learn to: Take the first steps to getting a handle on their finances...even if they would rather avoid that subject Manage conflict with their ex so that they can focus on the future Recover their confidence and overcome the new challenges they face as a single woman Uncover their passions and use them to thrive in their new life Understand how to emerge with new hope