Divorce Happens to the Nicest Kids:
A Self Help Book for Kids

Michael S. Prokop

Synopsis

Reading Level: Ages 9 - 12

Psychologist Michael S. Prokop explains divorce in a positive and reassuring manner as he consicely disproves fourteen irrational false beliefs concerning divorce that often cause children and adolescents to feel anxious, guilty, nervous and depressed. After each false belief the "parent's section" discusses important recommendations for divorcing parents. The book takes the reader, step-by-step, from "False Belief" to "True Statement" as it discusses such critical issues as causes of divorce, parental problems and remarriage, living with one parent, fears of abandonment, living on less money, academic regression, mood swings, support people, and more.

About the Author:
Michael S. Prokop is currently a consulting psychologist with Kent State University, Warren City Schools and The Developmental Clinic of Warren, Ohio. He graduated with honors from Kent State University with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and earned a Master's degree in School Psychology from Bowing Green State University. For the past eighteen years he has been providing individual and group psychotherapy for children with divorced and separated parents. He frequently lectures and provides workshops concerning divorce, relaxation therapy, and positive mental health.

 

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