Putting Children First: A Handbook for Separated Parents Paperback – 2 Aug 2007
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So many people who are attempting to cope with family separation need help. The Centre for Separated Families offers a wide ranging, imaginative series of programmes, run by people with just the right level of expertise. (Professor Judy Dunn, Institute of Psychiatry, London)
Putting Children First: a handbook for separated parents by Karen and Nick Woodall (Piatkus Books, 2007) is, quite simply, the best book on separation that we have ever read. Both the authors work at the Centre for Separated Families and have a wealth of (Fatherhood Institute)
The book is clearly set out and the chapters logically and thoroughly explore all the issues that might arise before reaching a conclusion with sound advice on each topic (Parenting Without Tears)
When the authors of a book have been through the scenario and actually run a centre for Separated Families, you know you can trust the content and benefit from the knowledge shared. With family separations being part of today's society, it is important t (From Bump to Grump)
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This book really helped me and my ex through our break up. I sent him a copy when I felt unable to communicate with him and it changed his attitude completely.Published 1 month ago by R. Fox
should be required reading for couples thinking about divorce.... As a psychotherapist I am very grateful for this book. Read morePublished 13 months ago by mirapeerance
Read this as a professional to help families with practical advice when separating. Excellent, excels all the text books.Published 15 months ago by kelly
Great advice for a very tricky area. The book helped me gain a reasoned, pragmatic perspective and to rise above the selfishness and petty resentments that can get in the way of... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Queenie
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