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Embracing A Child-Centered Divorce: At Daddy’s on Saturdays Linda Girard Katie is angry, sad, and afraid her daddy will never come back when he moves out of the house when her parents divorce. Parenting after divorce can be a lonely, bumpy road. You will discover how to – Keep co-parenting healthy for all Enhance your strengths as coparents Find success with emails, texts, meetings Use 3 new essential CoParenting Guides Heal da and hard feelings Plus, what kids need you to know, keeping kids out of the middle, extras for Parenting Plans, schedules, problem-solving, parenting tips, and much more Marc Ackerman Updated to include the latest research, laws, and terminology, this edition coaches parents on what to expect during divorce and how to act in their children’s best interest.

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