Cynthia Macgregor (Author) Cynthia MacGregor is the author of nearly 50 books for parents and children, many with a focus on helping kids through difficult situations. A divorced mother herself, she helped her own daughter (now an adult) cope with parental divorce, and brings real-life experience to the subject of this book. Robert Alberti (Author) Robert E. Alberti, PhD, is a psychologist, marriage & family therapist, Fellow (Psychotherapy) of the American Psychological Association, clinical member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, publisher, and author/co-author of several books. His work has received international recognition as the "gold standard" for psychological self-help.
"After Your Divorce helps the divorcing woman cope with the
A, B, C's of managing life after the divorce. A must read for all
--Jane Appell, PhD, psychologist and author, Divorce Doesn't Have to Be That Way.
"Any woman trying to adapt to the harsh realities of divorced life will find that this resourceful manual provides a realistic, accurate road map, with key behavioral milestones for health and growth."
--Ohio Psychologist, March 2007.
"Clear guidance in practical areas...highly recommended."
"Comprehensive, practical, wise, compassionate: After Your Divorce is the best, most useful book for divorce survivors that I have ever seen."
--Vic Bobb, co-author, The "I Love You" Book.
"Doesn't claim to hold all the answers, but is filled with thought-provoking questions to get women thinking 'What's next?' The depth of creativity and wide-ranging topics, presented in an easy-reading format makes this book accessible to everyone. I'll recommend it to all my clients."
--Barbara Walton Mountjoy, attorney and author, 101 Little Instructions for Surviving Your Divorce.
"One of the worst things about getting a divorce is feeling that you're all alone against the world. But after reading, After Your Divorce, you will feel as though you have a team at your side offering you compassionate support and wise counsel. The chapters on children are priceless."
--Amy M. Owens, MA, The Singles Coach and author, Take Heart! Stories of Encouragement for Singles and The Itty Bitty Break-Up Book.
"This is an excellent resource for women facing the challenges of reconstructing rich and full lives after divorce. In this easy-to-read guide, MacGregor and Alberti provide clear pathways and practical information for coping with the complex changes in the aftermath of divorce.
--Constance R. Ahrons author, The Good Divorce and We're Still Family.