Light on the other side of divorce, discovering the new you

About the Book
This book is a memoir that also offers some amazing insights and counsel to those who are considering or going through or have gone through a divorce. It should be on the list of client recommendations for all mental health practitioners. It’s a self-help book with tools and exercises for heartbreak. The book also deals with really important emotions like the righteous anger that people feel on both sides of the divorce. It gives you concrete strategies to manage these tricky emotions. I use the word tricky because divorce can make you do things that are “not you”. Dr.Cohen writes on resentment and co-parenting alongside guilt and “moving on.” A must read.
Read time : 10 hours approximately
Star Rating : 4 out of 5 stars
Book publication Date : 2021 (English)
Book Review : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PpeKIpFhZIw

About the Book
This book is a memoir that also offers some amazing insights and counsel to those who are considering or going through or have gone through a divorce. It should be on the list of client recommendations for all mental health practitioners. It’s a self-help book with tools and exercises for heartbreak. The book also deals with really important emotions like the righteous anger that people feel on both sides of the divorce. It gives you concrete strategies to manage these tricky emotions. I use the word tricky because divorce can make you do things that are “not you”. Dr.Cohen writes on resentment and co-parenting alongside guilt and “moving on.” A must read.
Read time : 10 hours approximately
Star Rating : 4 out of 5 stars
Book publication Date : 2021 (English)
Book Review : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PpeKIpFhZIw

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By Elizabeth Cohen, PhD

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