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34835: Healing the Wounds of Divorce: A Spiritual Guide to Recovery Healing the Wounds of Divorce: A Spiritual Guide to Recovery
By Barbar Leahy Shlemon

All those who have experienced the pain of divorce, regardless of their age or sex, will find in Barbara Shlemon a sensitive and wise companion. Whether the wounds of divorce are new or old, her faith-story will help readers discover the healing compassion of God.

 

918152: Growing Through Divorce Growing Through Divorce
By Jim Smoke

Divorce is one of the most painful and emotionally draining experiences a human being can face. This restorative resource-drawn from the author's firsthand counseling experience with thousands of those who have experienced divorce-provides ten steps that can jumpstart your life past hurt and doubt to a healthy, new start. Includes study guide for personal or group use.

 

9939496: Helping Children Survive Divorce Helping Children Survive Divorce
By Dr. Archibald D. Hart

Psychologist Archibald Hart-author, speaker and the child of divorce-has written Helping Children Survive Divorce to help parents minimize the psychological and social damage children face when a family breaks apart. Topics covered include handling guilt, walking children through anger and depression, stepparenting, blending families and others.

 

955823: Two Homes for Tyler: A Story about Understanding Divorce Two Homes for Tyler: A Story about Understanding Divorce
By Pamela Kennedy & Amy Wummer

Children never want their children to get a divorce and most have a very hard time dealing with it if it happens. They fear everything will change and that can be very scary. Pamela Kennedy tells the story of a child whose parents get divorced, and how the life they have after the divorce is different than what it was before. While things are different for the family, they learn that different doesn't always mean bad. This book includes a "Note to Parents" in which Vicki Wiley--Director of Children's Ministries at First Presbyterian Church in Honolulu--gives suggestions on how parents can talk to their children about divorce and reassure them of their parents' love. Recommended for ages 4 to 7.

 

975818: Grace and Divorce: God"s Healing Gift to Those Whose Marriages Fall Short Grace and Divorce: God's Healing Gift to Those Whose Marriages Fall Short
By Dr. Les Carter

Never easy for anyone, divorce can be especially painful for Christians trying to follow the teachings of the New Testament. It can result not only in feelings of personal and spiritual failure but also in being ostracized from the church, shunned by friends and family, and alienated from dearly held beliefs and truths. But there is a different but no less faithful way for Christians to view those who divorce. Dr. Carter provides sound theological thinking on divorce and wise, compassionate suggestions for reframing and deepening our understanding of this difficult and controversial topic. Using stories from his practice as a therapist, Dr. Carter offers healing to both those who divorce and those who know and love them. He explains that Jesus never intended us to be so fixed about right and wrong and so judgmental that we lose the ability to love those who do not meet His perfect standards. With kindness and love, he shows that the wonderful gift of God's grace is the best way to respond to people facing this trying life challenge.

 

919619: Men Are Like Waffles, Women Are Like Spaghetti Understanding and Delighting in Your Differences Men Are Like Waffles, Women Are Like Spaghetti Understanding and Delighting in Your Differences
By Bill & Pam Farrel

A Personal Favorite of ours! With a chapter like "Hot Waffles and Simmering Marinara" that discusses conflict, you know you're in for a tasty treat. In a refreshingly humorous way, the authors examine the differences between the sexes in the context of love, sex, parenting and more. Through plenty of practical applications, couples will gain a more fulfilling romantic relationship, a better understanding of each other and learn how to coordinate parenting so kids get consistent care.

 

5445X: Personality Plus, Second Edition Personality Plus, Second Edition
By Florence Littauer

In Personality Plus, Florence Littauer gives you valuable insight for appreciating your one-of-a-kind, God-given personality. She includes a Personality Profile test that reveals how your unique blend of traits affects your emotions, work performance, and relationships. Through humorous anecdotes and straightforward counsel, Personality Plus guides you to improve upon your strengths and correct your weaknesses.

 

Or, if none of these seem to fit your need, follow this link to find other great resources:
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