How I Survived My Parent"s Big Scary Divorce by Audrey Lavin

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Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Juvenile Fiction / Family / Marriage & Divorce,
  • Family - Marriage & Divorce,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Children: Kindergarten

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The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11814028M
ISBN 101419642626
ISBN 109781419642623
OCLC/WorldCa229177537

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"How I Survived my Parents' Big Scary Divorce" deals with the now common reality of divorce in a sweet, funny and poignant way. The main character, Maggie MacFatcha, well represents every child who has ever remotely thought their parents' divorce was his or her fault (and that IS every child, despite what we-divorced parents want to believe).5/5(3).

Helping Children Survive Divorce provides specific ways to help children cope with the psychological, social, and spiritual difficulties surrounding their parents' divorce including minimizing damage to children, common mistakes made by divorced parents, how to handle guilt, essential steps to help your child cope with depression and anger, ensuring your child's healthy post divorce /5(33).

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If your parents ever get divorced just know its not the end of the world. If you have a strong base and family and friends behind you then you can conquer anything that gets in your way. This is how I survived my parents divorce by doing these three things. So if your parents have ever been divorced I hope you find what you need to get through : Gabrielle Coons.

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Today I was playing with my baby cousins next door. My parents had been there earlier having dinner with my aunt and uncle, but went home early. My mom came to get me an hour later, and when I came home my dad was on the couch watching TV and crying.

He cries a lot when he watches sad movies, so at first I thought it was just the TV, but he was just watching an old horror movie.

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Three years ago, when Carol Moffa divorced her husband after, she says, putting up with a lot of “crap” over the years, she was downright scared. Moffa, now Author: Doree Lewak. 4) Happily Married Parents = Happy Marriages. This one is, admittedly, not a particularly scary divorce fact.

If your parents were happily married, statistically speaking, your likelihood of divorce drops by 14 percent. Watching a successful marriage not only shows you firsthand that it’s possible, but it also provides ways to make things work. I originally read Divorcing a Parent inbut then never got around to writing a review.

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They deserve it." "Don't blindly follow advice from books on post-divorce parenting. The best way to comfort your kids is to go off what you're sensing from them, not what some self-help author told you to do." How I Survived My Parents’ Big Scary Divorce tells the emotional story of how young Maggie McFatcha learns to navigate her parents’ rather vocal, contentious, and sometimes-comical fights.

1) Dysfunctional families are full of abuse and may give you more issues like PTSD and Stockholm Syndrome. Stay away or connect with a family member who is not dysfunctional and is willing to make the members act as a functional team.

Read 15 Signs You Come From A Dysfunctional Family [ ]. As for me, I was going through a very ugly divorce at the time my parents and brother died and my ex-husband had kidnapped my daughter and kept her from me for a year. That was the absolute worst time of my life. In all honesty, I don't know how I survived it, but I have to credit the grace and love of God for helping me through it all.

My dad would come into my room at night when I was sleeping and molest me. “My dad would come into my room at night when I was sleeping and molest me, but that’s not really the worst part. My mom found out and filed for divorce, but the custody proceedings took years.

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I hit 12 cities on that book tour, and I remember none of them. All I can remember is watching that number rise up then down. Up then down. That means loyal, even if, to the parents’ dismay, it is their son or daughter who had the affair or walked out.

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While I was going through a divorce several years ago, life felt like a rollercoaster for awhile. At the beginning, when I was first separated, most days seemed like the sky was falling.

Between my young kids, attorney’s fees, financial concerns, feeling alone and very lonely, and walking on eggshells in between terrible fights with the ex, it was hard to believe I was going to be OK. Judith Wallerstein has become so influential in this area now that it’s getting a little scary.

Reporters seem to view her as possessing the holy grail about the effect of children on divorce, even though her research is purely anecdotal. She permeates the culture, so if you want to know how America views divorce, you ought to read this book. The worst memory I recall is lying in my bed one night when I was 7 years old and having my parents come in to my room and my father saying, "Griffin, your mother and I are getting a divorce." My.

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I expected this. What I didn’t predict was that I no longer could be afraid to be alone after divorce. Before my ex-husband left, if there was a strange noise in the house, he went to investigate. "I seem to have moved forward with my son," she says.

"I think partly it's due to my decision to let him live his life, and partly to his own understanding and growth. "I spent time with him around the holidays," Deborah says with a broad grin. "You can only imagine how my heart soared." Meredith Maran is the author of 10 nonfiction : Meredith Maran.

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