Co-parenting is a huge challenge but not an impossible one. As the book says your ex is a master of pushing your I don't usually give books that are not literature a five star rating but if you are divorced or going through a divorce with children this is a must read. Way to go to the author. This book has shown me how many of my friends did it. Story after story—including Judy's own story—reminds the reader that once the emotional tsunami of divorce settles back down, exes can be connected and supportive to one another as they share a major joy: loving and raising children and grandchildren, enjoying the family they have created, and creating a new family unit to evolve in the wake of divorce.
And I have recommended the book to two friends who This is a rich, valuable book. I lived many of the ideas in this book years ago, but I just recently used it to help me organize a combined family holiday dinner for the first time! Her work is based on a deep understanding of the importance of maintaining healthy attachment bonds, for the sake of both children and parents, alike. After you're set-up, your website can earn you money while you work, play or even sleep! Read this book and spare yourself unnecessary time, grief, and legal fees. It's easy to get started - we will give you example code. It's easy to read and chock full of great ideas. In her new book, Befriending Your Ex After Divorce, she guides readers through in a way in which they are able to go at their own pace with exercises and tips to help them and their family get through a difficult time in their lives. This book explains how to do that and make it work.
Befriending Your Ex after Divorce helps former partners access the love and compassion they have for each other that is buried beneath the pain. With the help of the book, I have grown in ways I couldn't imagine I could. A groundbreaking perspective, certain to reframe our thinking on post-divorce life. Yet therapists deal every day with the tragic consequences to divorced families when the exes keep feuding and stewing. Judy Rabinor has been a practicing psychologist for over thirty years, which is why it's no wonder she has a wealth of expertise and insight into the human mind and relationships. With the help of the book, I have grown in ways I couldn't imagine I could. What I find most interesting, is that throughout the book,various key processes to dealing with this issue are broken down into various steps.
This is a rich, valuable book. It should be mandatory reading for anyone whose marriage is ending. A valuable guidebook that should be read by everyone who has an ex! So I recommend using this book to guide you in overcoming rese If your goal is to raise healthy children and for them to survive your divorce, this is the book for you. Befriending Your Ex challenges many of these destructive myths about divorce, and sets out to change the way we think about the process of divorce and its ultimate outcome. As a guide for parents, this book is filled with practical exercises, suggestions and strategies for coping with anger, grief, and loss, as well as the myriad of day to day issues involved in co-parenting after divorce. About the Author Judith Ruskay Rabinor, PhD, is author of A Starving Madness and founder and director of the American Eating Disorders Centre of Long Island.
Judith Ruskay Rabinor offers both a professional and personal model of co-parenting that nurtures emotional connection with oneself, as well as emotional communication with one's ex. While it may be human to carry the hurt and disappointment of a failed marriage, it is our job to protect our children from our experiences. But if God forbid, something should ever happen to our marriage, Befriending Your ex After Divorce is definitely a great tool to get through it and come out whole on the other side. Rabinor's book, however, goes deeper and offers a fresh perspective by focusing on the couple's personal relationship after divorce. This book explains how to do that and make it work.
And I have recommended the book to two friends who are going through divorces. She has the personal experience of a divorce. The book is going to help aid you in not reacting or how to properly react and eventually take it to the next level of befriending your ex. While divorce certainly can have negative effects upon children, when they occur, these effects are likely to result from a hostile and combative relationship between ex-spouses. You should start right now! As in any relationship, things will come up to challenge you and the ex and she talks about how to overcome these obstacles and remain friends, always keeping the kids as the priority.
So I recommend using this book to guide you in overcoming resentment and hurt, so that you can pull together for your kids. Befriending Your Ex challenges many of these destructive myths about divorce, and sets out to change the way we think about the process of divorce and its ultimate outcome. So many people waste time fighting and putting their children in the middle of a tug of war. She has the personal experience of a divorce. Way to go to the author. Divorced over twenty-five years ago, Rabinor has since remarried and co parented her two grown children. Abraham Lincoln said, 'Am I not destroying my enemies when I make friends of them? This uplifting book reminds the reader that all divorces need not follow this unhappy script, and that ex-spouses can collaboratively co-parent and be a source of support, not only to their children, but to one another as well.
This book can help make it a period of learning and beauty. This book has the power to help so many people going through a divorce. Promotional Information This book will show readers that it's both possible and desirable to have a positive, ongoing relationship with your ex long after the marriage has ended. She aims at not just helping you minimize pain, but enlisting an ally. Through her own clinical research and experience, she has learned how to not only survive but to thrive in life once again. Letting go will not only be good for our children, but for us and our exes as well.
I have a certain friend who is now her ex husbands best friend and now they celebrate everything together better now than it ever was when they were married. Befriending Your Ex challenges many of these destructive myths about divorce, and sets out to change the way we think about the process of divorce and its ultimate outcome. I divorced 30 years ago and today my 2 children are productive well-adjusted adults who enjoy a good relationship with both parents. The book contains a treasure trove of information, tools and exercises that helped me get through and transform a challenging relationship, which wasn't actually with a spouse. If you have children it is in your best interest and most importantly your children's to be the adult and do everything in your power to not-take the bait from your ex by continuing to fight and you should cease being antagonistic. The post-divorce life of families doesn't have to be barren and bitter.