Book reads like a compelling novel. A courageous and objective confrontation of the aftermath of divorce as it affects children from childhood to adulthood. A must for anyone dealing personally or professionally with the issue of divorce. ....
Astrid R. reviewed The Unexpected Legacy of Divorce: The 25 Year Landmark Study on
An excellent book- I read it from front to back, no problem. It is an amazing account of divorce and the effects on the children involved. I recommend it for anyone who is a child of divorce. I read it before I got married- I told my husband-to-be that if he wanted to know how I ticked, he should read it too.
This is a great book. From the perspective of a child who went through 2 divorces - one as a young child and one as a teenager. It has helped me come to terms with a lot of the issues I never thought I had. Highly recommend for both children of divorce and parents who have divorced to help you help your children through this difficult time.
This book was recommended to me by a friend. I had no interest in reading it but it kept coming to my mind. Finally I got ahold of it and it was an eye opener. As a child of divorce, this book helped me understand things about myself I didn't know. It also really solidified my desire to keep my own marriage healthy. Very insightful.