Suggested Reading List – Parents

Anger, Conflict Management and Negotiation
•    Fisher, Roger, and William Ury.  Getting to Yes:  Negotiating Agreement 
Without Giving In.  New York:  Viking Penguin, 1981.
•    Elgom, Suzette Hoden, You Can’t Say That To Me:  Stopping the Pain of Verbal Abuse. John Wiley & Sons, 1995.
•    Kersey, Katherine. Helping Your Child Handle Stress.
Change and Forgiveness
•    Colgrpve, Melda and Bloomfield, Harold. How to Survive the Loss of a Love.  Bantam Books, 1977.
•    Napolitane, C. Living and Loving after Divorce. New York: Signet, 1977.
•    Marston, Stephanie. The Divorced Parent:  Success Strategies for Raising Your Children After Separation. New York: Morrow, 1994.
•    Ricci, Isolina. Mom’s House, Dad’s House: Making Shared Custody Work. New York: Macmillian, 1982.1997.
•    Ware, Ciji. Sharing Parenthood after Divorce: An Enlightened Custody Guide for Mothers, Fathers, and Kids. New York: Viking, 1982.
•    Warshak, Richard. Divorce Poison, How to Protect Your Family from Bad-mouthing and Brainwashing: New York: Harper, 2010

Suggested Reading List – Children

•    Adams, Florence. Mushy Eggs, New York: Putnam, 1973
•    Hazen, Barbara S. Two Homes to Live In: A Child’s-Eye View of Divorce, New York: Human Sciences Press, 1978.
•    Schindel, John. Dear Daddy, Albert Whitman, 1995.
•    Sinberg, janet. Divorce is a Grown-up Problem. New York: Avon, 1978.
Elementary School
•    Blume, Judy. It’s Not the End of the World.New York: Bradbury, 1972.
•    Lebowitz, Marcia. I think Divorce Stinks. Woodbridge, Connecticut: CDC Pres, 1989.
•    Mayle, Peter, Why Are We Getting A Divorce? New York: Macmillian, 1979
•    Vigna, J. Saying Goodbye to Daddy. Illinois: Albert Whitman, 1991
Preteen and Teenager
•    Blume, Judy. It’s Not the End of the World. New York: Dell 1986
•    Cleary, Beverly. Dear Mr. Henshaw. New York: William Morrow, 1983.

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