Divorce is a bull-dozer through your mental and emotional house at midnight. This book clarifies some basic issues nearly all men over-look or ignore when confronted with separation and divorce. Using the information in the book will guide a man to realize he is able to steer a better course through this emotional mine-field.
Most approaches to divorce include legal tactics, money manoeuvres and various mind-games. This book avoids the 'war-games' and endeavours to steer a course that will enlighten and hopefully relieve some of the anger and angst that is the norm in marriage break-ups.
The subjects of self-awareness, the seven stages of grief and the forgiveness process are the staples here; to enable a man to get a handle on the real issues in his life.
While not a magic bullet or panacea for divorce the information and suggestions go a long way to build bridges of communication and understanding and assist in creating stability for someone who wants to build a better situation in their personal and family life.
Apparently I'm guy who came through what an Austrian psychologist called a personal holocaust with all of the attendant maladies. And whoever said, 'What doesn't kill you makes you stronger', is an idiot and never really endured that much at all.
They say that marriage is a wonderful institution. But after nineteen years marriage to a sociopath; I now know what being institutionalized means.
Well, I hope that having written this divorce thing; a lot of men will garner some value from it.
And as it was written out of experience I can only trust it may be of value to you, the reader.
And be kind to each other.read more
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