8 Books to Read During Your Divorce

We often hear clients say that they feel completely alone during their divorce or feel that no one understands what they’re going through. Other clients feel unprepared and don’t know how to effectively protect their children or themselves from the difficult situations that arise during this transition. Here are some great books that can help with these feelings. In our office, we keep a “lending library” with some of these great selections available for clients to borrow. Stop by and borrow one!

Whether you like a book in hand, on your kindle, or an audiobook check out our list of great books for this “occasion.” Do you have a favorite book that isn’t on the list? Let us know in the comments.

Dr. Richard offers advice on how to:

  • Recognize early warning signs of trouble
  • React if your children refuse to see you
  • Respond to rude and hateful behavior
  • Avoid the seven common errors made by rejected parents.

Elaine Foster and Joseph Foster offers daily practices and information on:

  • Why your relationship did not work and what you can do about it
  • The truth about what our spouse is really running away from
  • Secrets to radical acceptance that help you stay in control no matter what is thrown at you

Suzanne Fennimore shares her personal triumph and how she got past heartbreak.  She shares information on:

  • What to do when divorce is unexpected
  • Keys to knowing you are deserving of love
  • How to come out on the other side changed

Susan K. Rowland offers insightful advice on:

  • How to begin to rebuild your emotional, physical and romantic life after divorce
  • How to acknowledge heartbreak
  • Practical and easy-to-follow steps to begin to mend a broken hear

Lisa Rene Reynolds PhD, provides practical advice on:

  • Reactions parents need to anticipate from their children while going through separation, divorce, and its after-math.
  • Provides listeners in a state of emotional distress with the practical, down-to-earth advice they need to sensibly and comfortingly guide their children through this often-painful process.
  • Covers the most common mistakes divorcing parents tend to make.

Bill Ferguson offers advice on:

*The process of healing the hurt, ending the cycle of conflict, and restoring the love, not as husband and wife, but as one human being to another

*How to let go, communicate, forgive, and how to take the conflict out of resolving issues

Sandra Hutchinson touches on what to do when the dream you gave up on arrives at the worst possible time. This book is based on a true story and a good read.

One Happy Divorce Hold the Bulls#!t offers it all- insightful and hearfelt anecdotes and a good laugh. They say laughter is the best medicine and Jennifer Weintraub is dosing it out. Through relatable stories and personal experiences, we learn that divorce doesn’t have to end in disaster. We know that a good marriage takes effort, well, so does a good divorce.

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