TORONTO (PRWEB) January 17, 2013
According to the US Census Bureau, in the United States today there are more than 19 million children under the age of 18 living with single parents, many of them divorced. The challenging reality behind this statistic – the difficulties of post-divorce parenting – is addressed by Dr. Julie Gowthorpe in her new self-help guidebook, Tainted Love, a unique, expertly written plan for conquering the divorced parenting relationship.
Drawing from extensive clinical experience as a practicing psychotherapist in the area of high conflict post-divorce parenting issues, Dr. Gowthorpe guides readers through the challenges of the divorced parenting relationship, rather than simply focusing on parenting after divorce.
“After counseling hundreds of divorced couples, I felt compelled to write Tainted Love as a way to help parents develop a positive relationship with their children (and a productive relationship with each other) post-divorce”, said Dr. Gowthorpe, who emphasizes “thinking and doing” strategies to build self-esteem and confidence in decision-making.
Throughout Tainted Love, Dr. Gowthorpe invites readers to take a child-centered approach that will leave audiences empowered, in control, and not reliant on traditional conflict resolution methods such as forced communication and expensive litigation.
For more information, visit http://www.drjuliegowthorpersw.com.
Tainted Love: Why Your Ex is Making You Miserable and What You Can Do About It – A 28 Day Plan
By Dr. Julie Gowthorpe, R.S.W.
Softcover, retail price: $11.99
Hardcover, retail price: $28.99
E-book price: $3.99
About the author
Dr. Julie Gowthorpe, R.S.W., a practicing psychotherapist, changes lives through personal empowerment. An expert in separation and divorce, she supports clients in developing “thinking and doing” strategies to build self-esteem, confidence in decision-making, and happier lives. She is the co-creator of Navigate Divorce System. She resides in Belleville, Ontario with her husband, two children, and dog.
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