Table of contents for Divorce is not the end of the world : Zoe's and Evan's coping guide for kids / Zoe and Evan Stern.

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Contents	
Acknowledgments	
Zoe's Introduction	
Evan's Introduction	
Ellen Sue's Introduction	
1. Why Did This Have to Happen? When your parents get divorced	
2. Maybe They'll Get Back Together: If you have hopes, schemes, and secret fantasies	
3. Stop Trying to Make Me Feel Better: If your parents tell you everything will be okay or keep trying to make it up to you	
4. Where's My Stuff? When you live in two different places	
5. It's Not Your Fault: If you feel guilty or responsible	
6. Nobody Asked My Opinion: If you're mad, sad, or scared
7. Quit Putting Me in the Middle: If you feel like you're being pulled between your parents	
8. Who's In Charge? When there are different households, different rules
9. You Never Have Enough Time for Me Anymore: If you don't get to spend enough time with one of your parents
10. Telling Your Friends: When you have to break the news that your parents are getting divorced	
11. I Wish We Were a Normal Family: If you ever feel weird or embarrassed about being from a divorced family	
12. I Don't Want to Meet Your Boyfriend: When your parents start to date	
13. Let's Have My Birthday Party at the Mall: When you're dealing with birthdays, holidays, and other special occasions
14. Where I'd Rather Live: If you wish you could change your living situation	
15. You're Not My Father: When you have to learn to live with stepparents
16. Why Are You Making Me Go to That Stupid Support Group? If you wonder what sort of support do kids really need
17. I Don't Want Another Sister: If you have to deal with blended families	
18. Is There Any Such Thing as a Happy Marriage? If you wonder if love ever lasts	
19. If You Blame One of Your Parents for the Divorce: When you have to cope with being angry at your mom or dad	
20. Rewards, or the Good Things Nobody Tells You about Divorce	: Why divorce really isn't the end of the world

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Children of divorced parents -- Juvenile literature.
Divorced parents -- Juvenile literature.
Divorce -- Juvenile literature.
Remarriage -- Juvenile literature.
Stepfamilies -- Juvenile literature.