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Bauer shows children that it’s OK to feel confused and upset about divorce in new book

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The focus is not on that word, but rather, how children feel when they learn they are going to have two separate homes.

Have you ever wondered what a child feels when he/she learns their parents are getting a divorce? What they think when they learn they will soon have two homes?

In “Percy’s Imperfectly Perfect Family,” author Renee C. Bauer introduces readers to the complexities, anxieties and overall fear that many children feel when confronted with their parent’s separation.

“I intentionally never use the word divorce in the book,” Bauer said. “The focus is not on that word, but rather, how children feel when they learn they are going to have two separate homes.”

Bauer is a renowned divorce lawyer in Connecticut and also went through a divorce of her own. It was from her own divorce and helping her son that she learned just how children feel when faced with the dramatic change that is about to affect their lives forever.

“Other children’s divorce books are scary,” Bauer said. “The illustrations are intimidating and the language is difficult for them to grasp. This book is able to help children talk through the “real” concerns they may have when dealing with this difficult situation.”

Percy’s Imperfectly Perfect Family
By Renée C. Bauer
ISBN: 978-1-4808-1264-2
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Archway Publishing

About the author

Renée C. Bauer is an experienced family law attorney and mediator. She also represents children in divorce and custody cases. This topic has touched her life professionally and personally. She lives in Connecticut with her husband, four children and two dogs.

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