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Introduction
Effects ofDivorce on Children
Infants and Toddlers (Birth to Three Years):
The School-Age Child (Six Years to 13 Years):
Adolescents (13 Years to 18 Years):
College Age/Young Adulthood:
Words ofWisdom from Children
Summary ofParenting Together
Parenting Together After Divorce: Must Do’s
Parenting Together After Divorce: Must Don’ts:
Roadblock: Attachment Between Ex-Spouses
Roadblock: Economics
Roadblock: Parenting Styles
Roadblock: Abuse
Roadblock: Parental Alienation Syndrome
We Can Parent Together
Developing a Cooperative Co-Parenting Plan
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For The Children's Sake:

For The Children's Sake:

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"Dr. Brenda Dozier has been my number one choice for the referral of my most challenging couples and families. I am so glad that she has taken the time to share her wit and wisdom in For the Children's Sake "-Peggy Thorton, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist

"For The Children's Sake Dr. Brenda Dozier combined her knowledge of child development and divorce by offering parents practical ways to lessen the pain divorce causes their children."-William L. Stutts, Ph.D., Licensed Child Psychologist

"This little book is a BIG, straight-forward primer that all parents who are divorcing must read!"-Deborah L. Moffett, Ph.D., Psy.D.

Divorce hurts children. Divorce is ranked number two on the most significant life events chart. For children, teens, and college-age children, only the death of a parent is rated as more traumatizing. The degree of the pain, however, is related to the conflict between the parents.

For The Children's Sake will explain how children at all stages and ages deal with divorce. You will hear testimonies from children who have sat in Dr. Dozier's therapy office and those words of wisdom will help motivate you to parent together after the marriage ends.

Down-to-earth suggestions will help you determine when to seek professional help for you and/or your children.
"Dr. Brenda Dozier has been my number one choice for the referral of my most challenging couples and families. I am so glad that she has taken the time to share her wit and wisdom in For the Children's Sake "-Peggy Thorton, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist

"For The Children's Sake Dr. Brenda Dozier combined her knowledge of child development and divorce by offering parents practical ways to lessen the pain divorce causes their children."-William L. Stutts, Ph.D., Licensed Child Psychologist

"This little book is a BIG, straight-forward primer that all parents who are divorcing must read!"-Deborah L. Moffett, Ph.D., Psy.D.

Divorce hurts children. Divorce is ranked number two on the most significant life events chart. For children, teens, and college-age children, only the death of a parent is rated as more traumatizing. The degree of the pain, however, is related to the conflict between the parents.

For The Children's Sake will explain how children at all stages and ages deal with divorce. You will hear testimonies from children who have sat in Dr. Dozier's therapy office and those words of wisdom will help motivate you to parent together after the marriage ends.

Down-to-earth suggestions will help you determine when to seek professional help for you and/or your children.

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