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Character Building: Divorce Stories and Strategies to Help Your Child Heal

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Now parents, stepparents, counselors, and teachers can use divorce stories and healing strategies in this powerful kindle book.

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$6.95

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That's right – download this kindle book and get instant access to all the powerful healing methods to use whenever you need them.

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Need to Discuss the Divorce with Your Kids?

Now parents, stepparents, counselors, and teachers can use divorce stories and healing strategies in this powerful kindle book.

These 23 Discussion Stories Include:

Use the cartoon characters in each story to find out what your kids think and feel. Listen to your children's opinions and introduce them to the healing strategies within each story.

Instead of ignoring your children's pain, bring it out in the open. Use this powerful kindle book to access their wisdom as they decide how to help each character. Then guide your kids in applying the healing solutions they need for themselves.

Character Building: Divorce Stories and Strategies to Help Your Child Heal

Pick up your copy at Amazon.com

Price

$6.95

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