This revised edition of a bestselling classic sheds light on how today's digital forms of communication can both hurt and help in custody conflicts, and offers updated information throughout that brings age-old issues into the present day.
Author: Julie A. Ross, M.A.
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
From parenting expert Julie A. Ross and writer Judy Corcoran comes the fully revised Joint Custody with a Jerk, the highly praised guide to co-parenting with an uncooperative ex-spouse, now updated to provide real solutions to tough family issues. It's a fact that parenting is hard enough in a family where two parents love and respect each other... After divorce, when the respect has diminished and the love has often turned to intense dislike, co-parenting can be nearly impossible, driving one or both parents to the brink of insanity. Joint Custody with a Jerk offers many proven communication techniques that help you deal with your difficult ex-husband or ex-wife. By outlining common problems and teaching tools to examine your own role in these sticky situations, this book conveys strategies for effective mediation that are easy to apply, sensible, timely and innovative. This revised edition of a bestselling classic sheds light on how today's digital forms of communication can both hurt and help in custody conflicts, and offers updated information throughout that brings age-old issues into the present day.
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Ex ( St. Martin's Press , 1996 ) , authors Julia A. Ross and Judy Corcoran also
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Author: Jeffrey P. Wittmann
The co-founder of the "Kids First" program offers divorced parents a complete guide to sharing custody of one's children, explaining how to cope with a difficult relationship with a former spouse while promoting the welfare of the children, how to deal with former in-laws, how to avoid potentially explosive issues, and how to deal with children's feelings and questions. Original.
Dealing with Joint Custody battles can be challenging for a divorced parent, especially when you're Co-parenting with Emotionally Abusive Ex, Difficult Ex, a Jerk, Toxic Ex, Uncooperative Ex-Spouse partner, or Narcissist Ex.Joint Custody or ...
Author: Selena Jenkins
Dealing with Joint Custody battles can be challenging for a divorced parent, especially when you're Co-parenting with Emotionally Abusive Ex, Difficult Ex, a Jerk, Toxic Ex, Uncooperative Ex-Spouse partner, or Narcissist Ex.Joint Custody or Co-Parenting, which is otherwise known as shared custody, has increasingly become an alternative way of deciding child custody disputes for divorced partners.Before, it was more usual to grant the sole custody of the child to the mother, while the visitation rights are to be awarded to the father.This system can be the subject of a Co-Parenting deal negotiated between the parents, or it can be imposed upon by the deciding judge in the sense that it is in the best interests of the concerned child.It's necessary to take the right step when it comes to raising a resilient child with Toxic Ex, Narcissist Ex, Difficult Ex, or with an Ex Jerk partner.Therefore, when you and your Ex-partner don't agree on significant aspects of Joint Custody like sharing the right and the responsibility to make decisions on the child's health, education, religious upbringing, parenting time, and welfare of the child; The Holy Co-Parenting with Bad Ex has got you covered.Every guide you need in making progress of winning full custody of your child, and gaining your child's trust has been included in this book.What are the other guides you're going to find in this book?-A guide to making Joint Custody works for you and the kids.-How to protect your child during and after the divorce.-Bulletproof yourself from your Ex narcissism, abusive, and bad influence habits.-Co-Parenting with Ex guidelines.-Strategies to Help Your Child Deal With your negative Ex talks and badmouthing.-Deadly mistakes people make when it comes to Joint Custody with Narcissist, Difficult Ex-spouse, and Toxic Ex-partner.-How to make the kids not believe in the badmouthing of concerned Ex.-Dos and don'ts for Wining Full Custody of your child in a law court-Logics to Explain divorce to your child without losing their respect or make them feel depressed.-Guide to Winning a child custody case for mothers and fathers.-How to Safeguard your Child from Parental Alienation and conflicts with Narcissist Ex. And it doesn't end there.The Holy Co-parenting with Bad Ex will provide a more helpful guide and tools to handle Joint Custody with Ex-convicts, junkies, Narcissists, difficult, toxic, and uncooperative EX.Techniques to handle your Ex-in-laws, grandparents, creating limits, guidelines, and schedules your parenting time, and develop a mindful relationship for you and your children.Click the "BUY NOW" Button and discover the never heard before guide to handle Difficult Ex-partner and maintain your parent-child bonds.
... discrimination against single mothers, I think it only fair to expose that same
discrimination against single fathers. In their self-help book for divorced parents
with the provocative title Joint Custody with a Jerk, Julie A. Ross, a family
Author: Wendy A. Paterson
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Diaries of a Forgotten Parent: Divorced Dads on Fathering Through and Beyond Divorce opens an intimate window on the lives of divorced men. Literature on divorce focuses primarily on its effects on women and children, but fair and personal accounts of the lived experiences of custodial and non-custodial fathers are less available. In this highly accessible text, ten American men share intensely personal reflections of guilt, pain, frustration, sacrifice, loneliness and pride. The men do not see themselves as exemplary; rather, their stories are graphically honest, revealing what Paterson calls ordinary men “with all their warts.” The author reviews significant works on the male experience of divorce from psychological, legal, educational and sociological experts, interspersing commentary and research with the men’s own voices. From the initial discussion of why men marry and why they divorce through the men’s painful memories of being pushed out of their children’s lives by angry and resentful mothers, the author illuminates the legal, fiscal, emotional and practical experiences of men struggling to reinvent their fathering while they find themselves reconfigured into deserters, deadbeats and visitors. The societal myth that fathers are less valuable parents than mothers is thoroughly deconstructed in this text. The book will help divorced and divorcing men and those who work with them to fully understand the experiences of fathers who never stopped loving and caring for their children, in spite of the fact that the contributions of fathers are still largely discounted by schools, courts, and worst of all, by their children’s mothers. From this book, readers will understand that there are just too many reasons why fathers must never be forgotten in the lives of their children.
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Author: Janice M. Dimick
Publisher: Resource Publications (CA)
Presents a guide to handling child custody during divorce proceedings in the United States, providing tips for optimizing parenting partnerships and balancing legal and financial responsibilities.
Joint Custody and Shared Parenting ; Research and Interventions . " Child and
Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America , Child Custody 7 ( 2 ) . Ross ,
Julie , and Judy Corcoran . 1996 . Joint Custody with a Jerk ; Raising a Child with
Author: Darlene Weyburne
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications Incorporated
A guide to helping children cope with the trauma of divorce covers parenting rules, coparenting, communicating effectively, helping children express their feelings, remarriage, and stepparenting
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Author: Amy Beth Taublieb
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
A comprehensive reference for parents, school personnel and all who have regular contact with children, the "A-Z Handbook of Child and Adolescent Issues" contains hundreds of entries dealing with virtually every issue relevant to the psychology of young people. This user-friendly guide is designed specifically to provide detailed information and valuable guidance anyone can understand and benefit from.
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The Best Resources to Help Blend Your Family Patricia Stevens, Resource
Pathways. Dealing With An Ex - Spouse JOINT CUSTODY WITH A JERK Raising
A Child With An Uncooperative Ex *** Overall Rating : *** A good guide to
Author: Patricia Stevens
Publisher: Resource Pathways Incorporated
Describes and evaluates books and other resources on parenting, remarriage, and children for members of blended families
This is a practical and systematic guide for parents who are considering a shared
parenting arrangement after divorce . ... Ross , J . and Corcoran , J . Joint
Custody with a Jerk : Raising a child with an Uncooperative Ex . New York : St .
Author: Barbara Landau
Publisher: Butterworth Pub Limited
Topics covered include an overview of mediation, dispute resolution, mediation in practice: issues, procedures, skills, custody and access, support and property, professional conduct.
Joint Custody With a Jerk : Raising a Child With an Uncooperative Ex Julie Ross,
M.A., and Judy Corcoran St. Martin's Press, Inc., 1996 241 pages Book Bytes If a
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Author: Janice Maidman Joshua
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
A complete guide to more than 300 of the best reading resources for use in your practice Bibliotherapy can be a valuable adjunct to virtually any psychotherapeutic approach. Recommending books that focus on your clients’ core problem issues helps them see that they are not alone in their suffering. It also may help them more rapidly gain insight and a more realistic sense of control regarding their situation. And, by extending the therapeutic process beyond the therapist’s office, bibliotherapy functions as a valuable cost-containment strategy. But, with thousands of self-help titles to choose from, how do you separate the wheat from the chaff and find the best match between client and book? Read Two Books and Let’s Talk Next Week provides you with the detailed information you’ll need to confidently navigate the vast, ever-growing sea of self-help literature. Organized by nineteen major presenting problems, it features reviews of more than 300 of the best self-help books published over the past thirty years. Each summary includes: A concise synopsis detailing the book’s main subject area and its author’s approach A description of the three major client groups for whom the book is appropriate Five main therapeutic insights readers may gain by reading the book Complete publishing information to facilitate easy access
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Author: Brette Sember
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
This one-of-a-kind workbook streamlines the divorce process This completely unique guide helps anyone —even someone enduring a not-so-easy split—create a complete, accessible record of absolutely everything needed to confidently tackle, organize, and prepare for the legal, emotional, and financial aspects of divorce. Family attorney Brette McWhorter Sember’s The Divorce Planner & Organizer includes: Suggestions for selecting an attorney and getting the most legal help for the dollar Tips on how to gather and organize information for easy access during legal proceedings Advice on required documentation for homes, cars, investments, bank accounts, debts, insurance, and household expenses A tracker to record alimony, child support payments, and children’s medical, educational, and athletic expenses A personal property inventory and wish list, a budget form, and fill-in contact information lists
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Author: Thomas Farber
Collecting Thomas Farber's non-fiction on writing and the writer's life (including all of Compared to What?), A Lover's Quarrel contains this gifted author's meditation on his vocation. Anatomist, ironist, and moralist, Farber achieves effects of luminous integrity with deceptively simple means. A gift to writers who seek to understand what informs and haunts their metier, A Lover's Quarrel is also for any reader whose life has been shaped-or saved-by story.
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Find out how other parents survived nightmarish tween behavior--and still raised great kids Break the “nagging cycle,” give your kids responsibilities, and get results Talk about sex, drugs, and alcohol so your kid will listen Discover ...
Author: Julie A. Ross
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
“You never listen to anything I say!” Yesterday, your child was a sweet, well-adjusted eight-year-old. Today, a moody, disrespectful twelve-year-old. What happened? And more important, how do you handle it? How you respond to these whirlwind changes will not only affect your child's behavior now but will determine how he or she turns out later. Julie A. Ross, executive director of Parenting Horizons, shows you exactly what's going on with your child and provides all the tools you need to correctly handle even the prickliest tween porcupine. Find out how other parents survived nightmarish tween behavior--and still raised great kids Break the “nagging cycle,” give your kids responsibilities, and get results Talk about sex, drugs, and alcohol so your kid will listen Discover the secret that will help your child to disregard peer pressure and make smart choices--for life "This excellent book lets parents peek into the underlying, confusing thoughts and perplexing decisions that young tweens are constantly facing." --Ralph I. López, M.D., Clinical Professor or Pediatrics, Cornell University, and author of The Teen Health Book