Grandparents, friends, teachers, and neighbors often form an extended family for children involved in divorce. The diary reveals the support and insight this boy gains from his grandparent"s nonjudgmental listening to his concerns and questions. This is contrasted with the pain and turmoil he feels when other family members take sides and defend one parent or the other. The commentary highlights the advantages to children when grandparents play a constructive role, even when these relationships may limit parent-child time together.
This topic and many more are explored in Don't Divorce Your Children. To find out more about the book click on the photo.
TO ORDER NOW CLICK ON THE AMAZON.COM ICON BELOW