Table of contents for My parents are getting divorced : how to keep it together when your mom and dad are splitting up / Florence Cadier with Melissa Daly ; illustrated by Claire Gandini ; [translated by Jackie Strachan and Jane Moseley].


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Table Of Contents
Introduction
Dealing with Arguments and Other Problems
A Weird Atmosphere
How Did It Happen?
It's So Hard to Understand
What's Happening to Me?
What Part Do I Play in All This?
Growing Up Is Hard to Do
My Childhood Heroes
Playing Judge
Goodbye to Childhood
Divorce and Its Consequences
The Divorce
No Fault
Fault
Don't I Get a Say?
What Happens Now?
Getting Used to Things
What if My Parents Aren't Married?
Child Support
What Happens if the Child Support Isn't Paid?
Who Can I Count On?
Your Friends
Your Grandparents
Your Other Relatives
A New Nest
Living in Two Houses
I Am Not a Postman!
I'm Not my Mom and I'm Not my Dad. I'm Just Me!
Pain and Hurt
The Start of a New Life
A Moment of Calm 
Tightening Your Belt
Everyone Reacts Differently
The New Partner
The First Encounter
Getting to Know You
Coming to Grips with the Situation
Part of the New Scenery
Am I Still Part of this New Family?
New Experiences, New Ties
Names and Surnames
And He Has Kids, Too!
Another New Arrival
Future Family Ties




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Children of divorced parents Juvenile literature, Divorce Juvenile literature, Divorce