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Divorce Sucks: What to do when irreconcilable differences, lawyer fees, and your ex's Hollywood wife make you miserable
By Mary Jo Eustace
Customer - "Instead of a trashy tell-all, the author has written a very good, witty guide to getting through the 'divorce cruise' intact, and starting life on the other side. There are a few snippets about Tori Spelling, but she has definitely taken the high road in this book. Mary Jo has proven herself a class act."
Crazy Time : Surviving Divorce and Building a New Life
By Abigail Trafford
Customer - "I bought this book at a low point in my divorce, wondering if I would ever stop feeling depressed and angry, and thinking I was somehow a bad person for having those feelings. Imagine my surprise when I turned the pages of this book to find that I was normal!"
By Melvin Belli, Mel Krantzler (Contributor), Christopher Taylor
Description - This book puts the divorce process into clear and concise language. You can understand and deal with the cognitive, legal, custodial, and other issues that you will confront as you move forward. This book also presents a good framework for evaluating your situation without getting emotional.
Too Good to Leave, Too Bad to Stay : A Step-By-Step Guide to Helping You Decide Whether to Stay in or Get Out of Your Relationship
By Mira Kirshenbaum
Description - Trying to make the agonizing decision of whether to get out of a troubled (or potentially life-wrecking) relationship is the specific issue this book addresses. It offers you a focused way to deal with one critical issue at a time.
We'd Have a Great Relationship If It Weren't for You
By Bruce Derman
Customer - "I was deeply moved and surprised by this book. This book revealed myself to myself. You have heard the saying, When you are pointing your finger, there are three pointing back. After reading this book I believe this more than ever. It has changed the rest of my life and my relationships."
Surviving the Breakup : How Children and Parents Cope With Divorce
By Judith Wallerstein, Joan Berlin Kelly (Contributor)
Description - Based on a landmark study of how children, adolescents and their parents cope during the first five years after divorce, this book offers stark and startling insights. For instance, the study showed that the adjustment of the child depends more on what happens after the divorce than the years leading up to it.

More Books

Spiritual Divorce : Divorce as a Catalyst for an Extraordinary Life
By Debbie Ford, John V. McShane (Preface), Neale Donald Walsh
50 Ways to Love Your Leaver: Getting on With Your Life After the Breakup (Rebuilding Books)
By Dwight Webb Ph.D.
Getting Divorced Without Ruining Your Life
By Sam Margulies
Voodoo Divorce : Put a Hex on Your Ex Through Preparation and Knowledge
By Stephen Rue, Esq.
How to Avoid the Divorce from Hell : And Dance Together at Your Daughters Wedding
By M. Sue Talia
The Unexpected Legacy of Divorce
By by Judith S. Wallerstein, Julia M. Lewis, Sandra Blakeslee
Surviving an Affair
By Willard F. Harley Jr., Jennifer Harley Chalmers
Untying the Knot : Ex-Husbands, Ex-Wives and Other Experts on the Passage of Divorce
By Deborah Brodie (Editor), Ashton Applewhite
Breaking Apart : A Memoir of Divorce
By Wendy Swallow

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