". . . At separation it felt like childbirth. I knew that nothing would be the same but I didn't have a clue how it would be from that day . . ."
Roberta Shaw's separation and divorce was life changing - a wrenching, confronting episode which she felt, intensely and honestly.
This engrossing book chronicles the aftermath of separation but, more particularly, it presents a vivid and touching picture of a feisty, passionate young woman, devoted to her two children, determined to survive the emotional, physical and financial turmoil brought on by separation and divorce.
Proceeding step-by-step, mood by mood, carrying the reader with her, she deals with the need to create a new, separated life for herself and her two daughters, who are both her dependents and her support.
'The Divorce Chronicle' is about the pain and frustration which accompany separation but it can speak also to those who have experienced life changing loss.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 08 / 2003
- 135 x 210mm