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This book is a crucial resource for families that are divorced, separated, considering divorce or that have never been married who want to raise the healthiest children possible. Inside you will find practical strategies and more than 35 exercises to assist you in being the best parent possible during this difficult time for your family. This book provides guidelines and strategies that will assist you in minimizing the impact of your circumstances on your child. You deserve to read this book and your child deserves a parent who reads this book.Shannon Rios reviewed 50 other books to write this book and has worked with 1000s of families over the last 12 years. She teaches the state mandated course "Coparenting After Divorce" for three counties in Colorado and previously taught in MN. In the book, Shannon shares many stories and insights from her own experience growing up in a family of conflict.
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ISBN: 9781483517230
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