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Helping Your Children Survive Your Divorce

Most parents are concerned about how a divorce will affect their children. Current research on this topic indicates that: The ending of a marital relationship does create stress in families. …

Recovery from Divorce-Induced Crazy Feelings

It has been said that divorce makes sane people act crazy. This is because the dynamics or pressures of a divorce push normal emotions to the extreme. A divorce is

After the Romance Is Over: Preserving Your Family In Divorce

When couples falls in love and marry, they expect it to be forever. However, far too many marriages end in divorce and children become …

The Children’s View of Divorce

How do children view their parents’ divorce? Certainly, this depends on the age of the child. However, their view also reflects the amount of conflict between the parents, before, during and after the divorce. I …

                 Resources/References from Christina Zangari, M.S.Ed.

For Children:

Mama and Daddy Bear’s Divorce by Cornelia Maude Spelman

Two Homes by Claire Masurel

Dinosaurs Divorce: A Guide for Changing Families by Laurene Krasny Brown and Marc   Brown

-It’s Not Your Fault, Koko Bear: A Read-Together Book For Parents & Young Children During Divorce by Vicki Lansky

Love Is A Family by Roma Downey

I Don’t Want To Talk About It by Jeanie Franz Ranso

Fred Stays with Me! By Nancy Coffelt

For Parents:

Positive Discipline For Single Parents, by Jane Nelsen


Collaborative Divorce Resolutions                                                            brings a proven non-litigation dispute resolution model to Long Island families.  The process is designed to help couples and their families resolve their disputes in an open, non-adversarial manner, without litigation or a judge, and reach a mutually agreeable outcome that meets everyone’s interest.

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