The library has children’s materials to help divorcing parents deal with their children’s questions and fears. There are two types of these materials: first, books written for the parents, to give advice and comforting tips to the stressed parents. Second, there are books written for children, to teach these young ones about divorce and to reassure them concerning the changes happening in their environment. This column lists those written for parents.
The last column covered marital advice; this one follows up with advice for those divorcing. We don’t mean to say that marriages always end in divorce: merely that divorces happen and the library has materials on the subject. We also offer children’s materials to help divorcing parents answer their children’s questions and fears. That will be the subject of a future column.
Spring is in the air, and that means romance to many of us. Anniversaries and vacations, moonlit strolls and blooming roses…If you find you’re not quite in the mood, maybe some of these great marriage guides can help.
There are a lot of us looking at our finances and deciding to make do with less, whether where we are or moving on to something smaller.
Happily, spring is here and we can open windows again and enjoy the fresh air and clean smells of the great outdoors (unless you live near a large pig farm or dairy that is doing spring cleaning). Many people still do that annual spring cleaning, not just farmers. If that is you, here are some great books to turn that event into a more healthful one and suggest simple lifestyle changes that last the whole year long.