5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
What About The Children by Julie Lynn-Evans,
This review is from: What About the Children? (Paperback)
This is a kind and compassionate book, making a plea for adults going through divorce or its after-effects to listen to their children. Julie Lynn-Evans explains how children's distress is often expressed in behaviour, which needs listening to just as much as words. Her extensive experience as a psychotherapist specialising in children and adolescents comes through in her advice on situations ranging from the "dragon child" to the quiet child at the back of the classroom who is overly well behaved - both extremes may conceal a desperate need for an understanding and listening adult presence.
Very good for teachers, and grandparents of children caught up in divorce and separation, as well as parents themselves.