Resources

Dinosaurs Divorce by Laurene Brown & Lawson Brown
by Laurene Brown & Lawson Brown (Amazon)

Dinosaurs Divorce Will Help you Understand: * Divorce Words and What They Mean * Why Parents Divorce * What About You? * After the Divorce * Living with One Parent * Visiting Your Parent * Having Two Homes * Celebrating Holidays and Special Occasions * Telling Your Friends * Meeting Parents' New Friends * Living with Stepparents * Having Stepsisters and Stepbrothers.


I Don't Want to Talk About It
by Jeanie Franz Ransom (Amazon)

When a child's parents tell her that they have decided to divorce, the last thing she wants to do is to talk about it. Instead, she wants to roar like a lion so she can't hear their words. This story reveals a range of feelings a young child might experience when a family is confronting divorce.


Two Homes
by Claire Masurel (Amazon)

"Parents looking for a book about separation or divorce will find few offerings as positive, matter-of-fact, or child-centered as this one. . . . Simple, yet profoundly satisfying. - BOOKLIST (starred review)


My Family's Changing (A First Look At Series)
by Pat Thomas (Amazon)

This unusual picture book for younger children explores the issue of divorce. The author of this book is a psychotherapist and counselor and helps children to face their fears, worries and questions when their family is going through a break-up. A special feature, "What About You?" sidebars appear frequently ...


Let's Talk About It: Divorce
by Fred Rogers (Amazon)

"Mister Rogers's talent for calmly explaining scary emotional upheaval to young children shines in this latest volume....Rogers offers caring support and validation for readers working through such trauma, and he supplies concrete examples of ways kids can deal with the ...


No Easy Answers
by Florence Calhoun (Amazon)

More than half of all recent marriages end in divorce, and one and a half million children are affected by divorce. For many teenagers, divorce is a part of daily life. The Divorce Resource Series offers information and advice for teens whose parents are divorcing or have gotten divorced. When a family ...


Divorce Is Not the End of the World : Zoe's And Evan's Coping Guide for Kids
by Sue Ellen Stern (Amazon)

Nearly one out of every two marriages ends in divorce, but it doesn't have to spell disaster for the kids. With the right guidance and encouragement, they can not only survive divorce, but also truly thrive. Here is an honest, positive, and practical book, written by kids for kids, full of things they really want to know


Money Matters
by Carlienne Frisch (Amazon)

More than half of all recent marriages end in divorce, and one and a half million children are affected by divorce. For many teenagers, divorce is a part of daily life. The Divorce Resource Series offers information and advice for teens whose parents are divorcing or have gotten divorced. When a family ...


How to Survive Your Parents' Divorce
by Nancy O'Keefe Bolick (Amazon)


Stepfamilies: Love, Marriage and Parenting in the First Decade
by James H. Bray and John Kelly (Amazon)

Based on a landmark longitudinal study, the nation's leading expert on stepfamilies reveals his breakthrough findings and offers the first detailed guide to easing the conflicts of stepfamily life and healing the scars of divorce.


The New Creative Divorce
by Ph.D. Krantzler Mel, M.A. Krantzler Pat (Amazon)

The New Creative Divorce not only offers a s pirited defence of divorce as being the best solution for sp ecific problem marriages, but it also shows readers how they can make the experience as positive and creative as possibl e.


Getting Divorced Without Ruining Your Life
by Sam Margulies (Amazon)

As a leading divorce negotiator and mediator, Sam Margulies has helped thousands of couples reach fair and amicable settlements. In this compassionate guide, now updated with vital information on changes in divorce law and norms, Margulies covers the legal, financial, and emotional realities of ...


Crazy Time: Surviving Divorce and Building a New Life, Third Edition
by Abigail Trafford (Amazon)

Thoroughly revised and updated for a new generation, the essential guide for men and women to help them weather the turmoil of divorce and build rich, rewarding lives.


www.saafamilies.org

Helping to Support Stepfamilies through Sharing and Discussion through our forum


National Center for Fathering

The National Center for Fathering (Fathers.com) is a nonprofit educational organization that strives to improve the lives of children and establish a positive fathering and family legacy that will impact future generations by inspiring and equipping fathers and father figures to be actively engaged in the life of every child.


Divorce Info
Here to help you survive divorce

The sole focus is getting you the information you need to survive divorce and move on with your life. There are several hundred pages here, so you can probably find useful information about nearly every issue you’re facing in your divorce. I’m glad you found me.