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Dealing with Divorce Participant's Guide: Finding Direction When Your Parents Split Up

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"If you’ve watched your parents get divorced, you know how much it stinks. A lot of times there’s blame, anger, frustration, confusion, fear, and a ton of other emotions and issues that come up—just as much for you as for your parents. But you don’t have to hold on to those emotions anymore.

In this six-week study, you can begin healing from the hurt you experienced when yo
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Paperback, 128 pages
Published January 6th 2009 by Zondervan (first published December 23rd 2008)
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Ariel
Jan 24, 2011 Ariel rated it liked it
I wish I had this book a year ago, when my parents began their long and drawn out divorce. This book had some good stuff in it, but it would have been more helpful while I was going through it rather than afterwards. Also I feel that this books would be partnered better with a leader figure than on the child's own.
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Elizabeth oates (B.A., Baylor University and M.A., Dallas Theological Seminary) is an author, speaker and blogger living in Waco, Texas. She and her husband, Brandon, founded Project Restoration, a marriage ministry reaching out to a broken generation seeking spiritual, life-giving restoration through Jesus Christ. They have three biological children and are currently foster parents to a fourth ...more
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