Parenting & Divorce, a Guide for Married & Unmarried Parents

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Parenting & Divorce, a Guide for Married & Unmarried Parents

Parenting and Divorce, a Guide for Married and Unmarried Parents by Denise Baier- ISBN 978-0-9832083-0-3, Paperback

Parenting and Divorce is designed to help divorcing and never married parents work more cooperatively and effectively with each other while focusing on what is in the best interest of their children. It affords parents the opportunity to adopt a positive methodology for communication with each other, and with their children before, during, and after the civil court action.

Parenting and Divorce also assists parents to separate their personal conflicts from their roles as parents in recognizing that they will be in each other's lives for as long as they have children, parents can look at how mutually vital they are to their children.

First edition published 2010, full color, 48 pages.

About the Book

  • Soft Cover,
  • 48 pages,
  • for divorcing or never married parents.
  • Also available on Amazon.
Parenting & Divorce, a Guide for Married & Unmarried Parents $19.95


These are some of the many references used in creating this Parenting and Divorce Guide.

Nebraska Parenting plan References

Our Educators

Denise Baier, LMHC

Denise Baier, LMHC

Parenting and Divorce Course Author

Illinois School of Professional Psychology, Chicago Campus

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What Students Learned

Here are unedited random quotes from among our over half million successful students:

control myself and communicate with my ex spouse
I've learned that my children are some of the most important people in life and that they have feelings that I as a parent need to respect
To make sure that no matter what I am going through not to have that reflect on your child. To have more control over your emotions when it comes to the other parent.