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Books on Separation and Divorce
Books for Separating and Divorcing
Fisher, Roger, and William Ury, Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In (1991).
Hetherington, E. Mavis, and John Kelly, For Better or For Worse: Divorce Reconsidered (2002).
Kranitz, Martin A., Getting Apart Together (1987, 2000).
Mellan, Olivia and Sherry Christie, Money Shy to Money Sure: A Woman’s Roadmap to Financial Well-Being (2001).
Trafford, Abigail, Crazy Time: Surviving
Divorce and Building a New Life (1982, 1992)
Clapp, Genevieve, Divorce & New Beginnings: A Complete Guide to Recovery, Solo Parenting, Co-Parenting, and Stepfamilies (2000).
Emery, Robert E., The Truth about Children and Divorce (2004).
McClure, F. Daniel, and Saffer, Jerry B., Wednesday Evenings and Every Other Weekend: From Divorced Dad to Competent Co-Parent (2001).
Pedro-Carroll, JoAnne, Putting Children First: Proven Strategies for Helping Children Thrive Though Divorce (2010).
Jeffrey P., Custody Chaos, Personal Peace: Sharing
Custody with an Ex Who Drives You Crazy (2001).
Johnston, Janet R., Karen Breunig, Carla Garrity, and Mitchell Baris; Through the Eyes of Children: Healing Stories for Children of Divorce (1997).
Krementz, Jill, How It Feels When Parents Divorce (1984, 2001).
Lansky, Vicki, It's Not Your Fault, Koko Bear (1998).
Ricci, Isolina, Mom’s House, Dad’s House For Kids (2006).
Stern, Zoe, Stern, Evan, and Stern, Ellen Sue, Divorce is Not the End of the World (1997).
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