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What Children Need to Know When Parents Get Divorced

William L Coleman

What Children Need to Know When Parents Get Divorced

William L Coleman

$26.99

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A completely revised and updated edition on this sensitive subject designed to be read with elementary-age children facing the agonizing trauma of divorce.

- Publisher 43 Chapters^

- Publisher From trusted author and licensed family counselor William L. Coleman, practical help for children ages 6 to 12. Because it is often hard for children to express feelings, fears, and questions, it is easy to assume they are adjusting and coping with their parents' divorce--when instead they may feel guilty that they are somehow to blame for the break-up. William L. Coleman provides an honest, understandable, and simple way for concerned adults to broach discussion of this sensitive subject with the children they care about, covering such crucial areas as: *The uniqueness and importance of each child *Reassurance of the continued love of both parents for the child *Encouragement to talk openly of painful subjects *Ways to show love to both parents, even the one who no longer lives with the child.

- Publisher Completely revised and updated, this Coleman classic on a sensitive subject is designed to be read with elementary age children facing the agonizing trauma of divorce. The author provides an honest, understandable, and sympathetic way to help children ages 6 to 12 deal with their questions and feelings and work toward emotional healing and a healthy view of themselves.

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About "What Children Need to Know When Parents Get Divorced"

A completely revised and updated edition on this sensitive subject designed to be read with elementary-age children facing the agonizing trauma of divorce.
- Publisher

43 Chapters^
- Publisher

From trusted author and licensed family counselor William L. Coleman, practical help for children ages 6 to 12. Because it is often hard for children to express feelings, fears, and questions, it is easy to assume they are adjusting and coping with their parents' divorce--when instead they may feel guilty that they are somehow to blame for the break-up. William L. Coleman provides an honest, understandable, and simple way for concerned adults to broach discussion of this sensitive subject with the children they care about, covering such crucial areas as: *The uniqueness and importance of each child *Reassurance of the continued love of both parents for the child *Encouragement to talk openly of painful subjects *Ways to show love to both parents, even the one who no longer lives with the child.
- Publisher

Completely revised and updated, this Coleman classic on a sensitive subject is designed to be read with elementary age children facing the agonizing trauma of divorce. The author provides an honest, understandable, and sympathetic way to help children ages 6 to 12 deal with their questions and feelings and work toward emotional healing and a healthy view of themselves.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

William L Coleman

William L. Coleman, a pastor, teacher and author, is best known for his bestselling devotional books for young people. A graduate of Washington Bible College and Grace Theological Seminary, he has written over seventy-five magazine articles.

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  • Catalogue Code 118143
  • Product Code 0764220519
  • EAN 9780764220517
  • Pages 124
  • Department General Books
  • Category Relationships
  • Sub-Category Divorce & Remarriage
  • Publisher Baker Book House
  • Publication Date Mar 1998
  • Dimensions 212 x 136 x 9 mm
  • Weight 0.174kg

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