Synopses & Reviews
Your marriage may have ended, but your fatherhood has not. How can you stay an involved, caring dad in the aftermath of divorce when all kinds of obstacles appear, making you insecure and uncertain of your parenting skills? With advice and insight from psychologist and family therapist Kenneth N. Condrell, and from some of the ever-growing number of other divorced dads, this practical, insightful handbook will help you:
-avoid the ten most common divorced dad pitfalls
-adjust to family life after the custody agreement
-handle school, homework, and extracurricular activities
-strategize celebrations and holidays
-deal with a child who rejects you
-move on to dating and other relationships
Let divorce be an opportunity for tremendous growth-and great parenting.
A handbook that covers the practical and emotional issues facing divorced fathers today, "Be a Great Divorced Dad" offers advice, guidance, and support for the ever-growing number of divorced fathers who seek to remain "real" dads, but fear that their situation after divorce will make that impossible.
About the Author
Kenneth N. Condrell, Ph.D.,
is a child psychologist and family counselor who has been counseling children and families for thirty years. He is the director of the Condrell Center for Change and has served as a consultant to Children's Hospital of Buffalo, New York, and Fisher-Price Toys. He lives in New York State.