Book Divorce New Beginnings

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A great book for starting over.

Divorce and New Beginnings

by Genevieve Clapp, Ph.D.

This book offers insights into starting a new stepfamily.

This is an excellent book for singles, those soon to be divorced, or even those just considering divorce. It is also helpful to those persons who are remarrying and starting a new stepfamily. This easy-to-read guide takes readers step-by-step through each stage of divorce starting with selecting an attorney. For single parents, the book covers dealing with children and divorce, cementing the single family, starting to date again, then sensitive issues such as sleeping over. It even offers insights into starting a new stepfamily. This all-inclusive book is a great place to start putting your life together again.. Book Review: Copyright © 1999 CyberParent. All rights reserved. Introducing the StepParents’ Web StepParent Web Directory Q & A Series Blended Family Blended or Blender? New Stepparent: Now What? Stepkin: An Evolution What Is a Single Stepparent? Building Kinship Short and Long-Term Visitation Second Marriages with Children Both Are Non-Custody Parents Six Common Stepfamily Conflicts Thanks, Mike! Doggy-Blue

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