What Children Need to Know
When Parents Get Divorced

William L. Coleman


Because it is often hard for children to express feelings, fears, and questions, it is easy to assume they are adjusting and coping with their parents' divorce when instead they may feel guilty that they are somehow to blame for the break-up. William L. Coleman provides an honest, understandable, and simple way for concerned adults to broach discussion of this sensitive subject with the children they care about, covering such crucial areas as:

- The uniqueness and importance of each child
- Reassurance of the continued love of both parents for the child
- Encouragement to talk openly of painful subjects
- Ways to show love to both parents

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