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by Michael S. Prokop


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223 pages : 15 x 23 cm. Discussion questions and a brief story examine many of the common concerns and feelings that frequently accompany divorce. Donor challenge: For only 4 more days, your donation will be matched 2-to-1. Triple your impact! To the Internet Archive Community, Time is running out: please help the Internet Archive today.

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Psychologist Michael S. Prokop explains divorce in a positive and reassuring manner as he consicely disproves fourteen irrational false beliefs concerning divorce that often cause children and adolescents to feel anxious, guilty, nervous and depressed.

After each false belief the "parent's section" discusses important recommendations for divorcing parents.

The book takes the reader, step-by-step, from "false Belief" to "True Statement" as it discusses such critical issues as causes of divorce, parental problems and remarriage, living with one parent, fears of abandonment, living on less money, academic regression, mood swings, support people, and more.


Comments: (5)

Clonanau
This book was wonderful in concept, but fair in execution. It is long and perhaps too wordy for the audience for which it was written. It was a little didactic, rather than a pure story to which children can relate. The art is not especially engaging. I found that children's interest wandered while it was being read to them, and they grew impatient and wanted to read another book.
This has not been true of all books about divorce. This book might be better for adults who are seeking to understand a child's worries about divorce.
Kabei
This is a fine workbook, only in combination with the book. There is not a lot of info and there are better workbooks out there. The appearance and interactivity is a bit dated. Good to try a lot of different ones - I do.
Gamba
I am a counselor and have used this book repeatedly for children of divorce. Yes, I will agree that the pictures are not super engaging as they are black and white pencil drawings, but the kids I read the book to don't seem to mind. It is long and sometimes I break up the reading into two sessions, however, most of the time, I have the students ask me to keep reading. I have read quite a few other books to students about divorce, but none seem to be as good. Many invalidate the child's experience by stating something along the lines of "Mom and Dad are happier now." This book addresses concerns that children have. Very often, we think kids understand what divorce is, but they really don't. Through the telling of older brother, Mike (who has a younger sister, Annie), the author explains what divorce is, covers common questions kids have about divorce, changes that often come with divorce, feelings children might have, how they can help and most importantly, that children of divorce can be happy again. The tone of the book is even and factual. I find that the students are actively engaged and usually open up to me about their experience at different points in the book that they relate to. Each chapter begins with a picture of the children and their dog, Kaya. We see each of them growing, which is not lost on the students I read this to. They notice the changes and we are able to talk about the changes the characters go through as they grow and heal. These pictures provide hope for students who are in the confused/upset stage of divorce. If this author decides to republish this book, the only change I would suggest is that he include something about separation.
Jothris
I remember reading this book to my daughter when she was just five. She was confused and unsettled. There is no better way to explain her that what is happening is normal, and not her fault at all. She felt special (what a great title!) She mentioned the book to her therapist, and she moved from there on with great positivity. I strongly recommend this book to the parent of a 4-5 year old children that starts the divorce process.
Nettale
I was 5 years old when my parents divorced. And I didn't take it well. They eventually sent me to see a therapist. And while the therapist didn't really help (I honestly think he was crazier than I was), this book that he gave me did. It helps kids realize that the divorce isnt' their fault. They haven't been bad. That sometimes mom and dad just can't stand one another. Without the help of this book, I'm not sure how I would have turned out as a person. I was shocked, but incredibly pleased, to see it still in print. Still there to help a whole new generation.
Divorce Happens to the Nicest Kids: A Self Help Book for Kids download epub
Growing Up & Facts of Life
Author: Michael S. Prokop
ISBN: 0933879415
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language: English
Publisher: Alegra House Pubs; Revised edition (September 1, 1996)
Pages: 224 pages