How Protect Your Children, Your Finances, And Your Sanity
'Surviving Separation' is primarily for those people in relationships with children who may be considering separation or have separated, and who now face the mammoth task of living apart satisfactorily – in other words, the garden-variety separation concerning average people in average circumstances trying to resurrect some good from a difficult and painful event in their lives.
Celia Conlan starts from the premise that separating from a relationship, particularly one that has produced children, is not a contained or finite event. It marks the start of a challenging new path of life; and how individuals travel along this path, both in the short and long term, will have far-reaching ramifications for anyone who shares in their existence.
'Surviving Separation' provides very useful guidance to the courts, the professionals, and the various services that exist to cater to the needs of separating families, but it is most valuable in the advice it offers to individuals – about how to give themselves the best possible chance of successful post-separation lives.
Full of wisdom, common sense and revealing case-studies, 'Surviving Separation' offers a way to cope with separation and a way forward from it that will benefit separating couples, their families, and those in the community who work with them.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 04 / 2006
- 210 x 140mm