Publisher's description for The divorce recovery sourcebook / Dawn Bradley Berry.

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The end of a marriage that was intended to be lasting and loving can be emotionally traumatic. Even though divorce is a singularly painful process, 50 percent of marriages will end this way. The feelings that arise from words like "failure," "blame," and "loneliness" make recovery from divorce difficult. The Divorce Recovery Sourcebook is an empathetic guide to help newly divorced people overcome the burdens of the past, better cope with the problems of today, and have a positive focus on the future.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Divorced people United States Life skills guides, Divorced people United States Psychology, Divorced people Services for United States, Divorce United States