Divorce and Remarriage in the Bible

Divorce and Remarriage in the Bible Author David Instone-Brewer
ISBN-10 0802849431
Year 2002-06-07
Pages 355
Language en
Publisher Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing

Through a careful exploration of the background literature of the Old Testament, the ancient Near East and ancient Judaism, Instone-Brewer constructs a biblical picture of divorce and remarriage that is directly relevant to modern relationships.


Divorce Author Alison Clarke-Stewart
ISBN-10 0300125933
Year 2007-11
Pages 347
Language en
Publisher Yale University Press

This comprehensive book provides a balanced overview of the current research on divorce. The authors examine the scientific evidence to uncover what can be said with certainty about divorce and what remains to be learned about this socially and politically charged issue. Accessible to parents and teachers as well as clinicians and researchers, the volume examines the impact of marital breakup on children, adults, and society. Alison Clarke-Stewart and Cornelia Brentano synthesize the most up-to-date information on divorce from a variety of disciplinary perspectives with thoughtful analysis of psychological issues. They convey the real-life consequences of divorce with excerpts from autobiographies by young people, and they also include guidelines for social policies that would help to diminish the detrimental effects of divorce.

Divorce Therapy

Divorce Therapy Author Douglas H. Sprenkle
ISBN-10 0866564675
Year 1985-01-01
Pages 184
Language en
Publisher Psychology Press

Examine a wide variety of divorce therapy approaches with this seminal book. Divorce Therapy is one of the first books to present a comprehensive approach to divorce therapy. Based on a foundation of theory and research about divorce, this landmark volume focuses on the help that psychotherapists can provide during the three stages of divorce--pre-divorce decision making, divorce restructuring, and post-divorce recovery. A distinguished array of researchers and clinicians address discuss mediation, criteria for a constructive divorce, remarriage, custody issues, and much more.

Children of Divorce

Children of Divorce Author Craig A. Everett
ISBN-10 0866568867
Year 1989
Pages 348
Language en
Publisher Psychology Press

Gain new understanding of the role that the children of divorce play within their own family systems. Unlike most other literature on the subject, Children of Divorce studies--both empirically and clinically--the role of the children within the dysfunctional pattern of the dissolving family system. The unique and insightful perspectives in this volume equip practitioners and clinicians with the skills to help children cope with the pain and the adjustments they experience during and after a divorce. Experts in the marriage and family field explore the developmental, structural, and interactional issues for the benefit of all professionals seeking to more effectively understand and treat the children who are so adversely affected by divorce.

The Divorce Book

The Divorce Book Author Peter D. Rogers
ISBN-10 1572241365
Year 1999
Pages 330
Language en
Publisher New Harbinger Publications Incorporated

A guide for anyone going through a divorce or separation or for professiona counselors. Written by two psychologists, a lawyer and an educator.


Divorce Author Janine Amos
ISBN-10 9781842345009
Year 2007
Pages 32
Language en
Publisher Cherrytree Books

Contains two stories based on difficult situations such as death, divorce, going into hospital and moving house. This series contains stories which intend to help children to understand and come to terms with situations involving upheaval and tragedy.

Divorce and Family Mediation

Divorce and Family Mediation Author Jay Folberg
ISBN-10 1593850026
Year 2004
Pages 588
Language en
Publisher Guilford Press

Building on the success of their groundbreaking 1988 Divorce Mediation, Folberg et al. now present the latest state-of-the-art, comprehensive resource on family and divorce mediation. Paving the way for the field to establish its own distinct discipline and academic tradition, this authoritative volume offers chapters contributed by leading mediation researchers, trainers, and practitioners. Detailed are the theory behind mediation practice, the contemporary social and political context, and practical issues involved in mediating divorce and custody disputes with contemporary families. Authors also address intriguing questions about professional standards and where the field should go from here. A groundbreaking resource, this volume is indispensable for all mental health and legal professionals working with families in transition.


Divorce Author Laurie Willis
ISBN-10 0737738375
Year 2007-12
Pages 158
Language en
Publisher Greenhaven Press, Incorporated

Explores divorce and its impact through essays written by divorced parents, their children, and stepparents who have given their children up for adoption.


Divorce Author Glenda Riley
ISBN-10 0803289693
Year 1997
Pages 262
Language en
Publisher U of Nebraska Press

According to Glenda Riley, “the historical conflict between anti-divorce and pro-divorce factions has prevented the development of effective, beneficial divorce laws, procedures, and policies. Today we still lack processes that move spouses out of unworkable marriages in a constructive fashion and get them back into the mainstream of life in a stable, productive condition.” Her pioneering historical overview offers proposals for dealing with a subject that now pertains to nearly half of all marriages.

Divorce With Decency

Divorce With Decency Author Bradley A. Coates
ISBN-10 0824828534
Year 2004-01
Pages 192
Language en
Publisher University of Hawaii Press

Coates is managing partner of the largest divorce law firm in Hawai'i, and founder of Divorce with Decency, a low-cost divorce mediation clinic. His text is intended to provide an overview of issues for individuals considering divorce, so that they can take an educated approach when working with a hired counselor, lawyer, or other specialist. The r

Untying the Knot

Untying the Knot Author Roderick Phillips
ISBN-10 0521423708
Year 1991-06-28
Pages 261
Language en
Publisher Cambridge University Press

A fascinating study of the rapid spread of divorce and its affect on family life in Western society.

Divorce For Dummies

Divorce For Dummies Author Elizabeth Walsh
ISBN-10 9781119997153
Year 2011-02-08
Pages 432
Language en
Publisher John Wiley & Sons

There's no such thing as an easy divorce. On top of the emotional turmoil, there are also numerous other concerns – from organising finances and splitting property, to breaking the news to children, and picking the best lawyer. This comprehensive guide shows that, with a clear-head and straight-talking advice, divorce can be swifter and easier than expected, letting you make a clean break and move on with confidence. Divorce For Dummies includes the most up-to-date information on: What to Do First When Things Start to Go Wrong Separation: A Healthy Breather or a Prelude to Divorce? Helping Your Children Get Through Your Divorce Pre-marital Agreements Same-sex and DIY divorces About the author Elizabeth Walsh is a legal expert and the Editor of Family Law, recently voted ‘Legal Journal of the Year’. Thelma Fisher is a former chair of the UK College of Family Mediators and has been involved in mediation for over twenty years.