Synopses & Reviews
No matter how bad the marriage, there is no way to end it without feeling a sense of loss. The difference between people who live in the pain and those who grow from the experience is the knowledge of how to grieve and let go. To recover from the trauma of divorce requires turning losses into opportunities.
Sharon Wegscheider-Cruse meticulously examines the obstacles that hold many divorced people back and effectively deals with overcoming these barriers. She shows you how to care for yourself through the crisis stage of divorce, welcome new feelings and turn an angry ex into a future friend. She devotes and entire section to helping kids cope and teaches you how to develop a healthy and effective single parent family. She also discusses the pitfalls and relapses that might occur after the healing process has begun. She guides you through re-entry into the dating world and finally, she reveals the secrets of achieving a happy, loving and lasting remarriage.
Recovering from the trauma of divorce entails turning losses into opportunities. Nationally known therapist and bestselling author Sharon Wegscheider-Cruse shows readers how to take care of themselves during the crisis stage of divorce, welcome their feelings, handle change and turn an angry ex into a future friend. She also teaches readers how to create a happy single-parent family and forge loving, new relationships.
About the Author
Sharon Wegscheider-Cruse, is a nationally known consultant, educator and author. She was the founding chairperson of the National Association for Children of Alcoholics. She is a family therapist who has conducted workshops around the world and has consulted with the military, school systems, business and industry, treatment centers and corporations. She is a past winner of the Mary Mann award as a top communicator. She has appeared on "The Phil Donahue Show," "The Oprah Winfrey Show" twice and "Good Morning America.' She lives in Las Vegas.