I have always been of the opinion that you can never have too much information about a topic important to you, especially when going through a hard time, such as divorce, separation or changing dynamics of a relationship or family. Over the years of dealing with both my own family changes and those of clients, I have compiled a list of books which have helped me and provided great advice and insight. I am listing some of them below, not necessarily as an endorsement but rather as a list of books I like.
Co-Parenting After Divorce: How to Raise Happy, Healthy Children in Two-Home Families; Shulman, Diana JD, PhD, 1995
Joint Custody With A Jerk; Ross, Julia A. and Corcoran, Judy
Parents are Forever; Thomas, Shirley PhD
Divorce Poison; Warshak, Dr. Richard A.
Putting Children First; Pedro-Carroll, Jo Anne
BOOKS TO HELP YOU AND YOUR CHILDREN LEARN HOW TO LOVE
The 5 Love Languages of Children; Chapman, Gary, 1997
A Teen’s Guide to the 5 Love Languages; Chapman, Gary 2016
BOOKS SPECIFICALLY FOR YOUNG CHILDREN
Dinosaur’s Divorce; Krasney-Brown, Laurene and Brown, Marc
Divorce is a Grownup Problem; Sinberg, Janey, 1978