Between Two Homes: A Coparenting Handbook
5.0 out of 5 stars Great coparenting resource
Reviewed in the United States on July 28, 2020
Very good guidance for coparenting in all situations including parents, step parents, grand parents, or family who must aide in a parenting situation.
5.0 out of 5 stars A wonderful guide!
Reviewed in the United States on October 16, 2019
This is a great book! The author breaks everything down and points out certain aspects of co-parenting that you most likely haven't considered. I highly recommend this book if you're a co-parent in any aspect. It will not only benefit your relationship with your other co-parent, but more importantly, your child's life.
5.0 out of 5 stars BEST CO-PARENTING BOOK EVER, THANK YOU!
Reviewed in the United States on September 3, 2019
I absolutely love this book, practical easy to use information. I am a Parenting Coordinator/Child Custody Evaluator and I ask my clients to read this book, and always have a copy in my office. You and your ex have a child to raise, regardless of your feelings of the other parent please make it peaceful for the child!
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Recommendations
Reviewed in the United States on July 29, 2019
I’d recommend this book to anyone involved in a coparenting relationship. Very helpful at the beginning of a separation, but also great to reread as time moves on.
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent reading for divorced parents trying to coparent
Reviewed in the United States on March 19, 2018
This book brought insight into my own shortcomings and the mistakes I was making as a coparent. It also enlightened me to the areas in which I need to change and how to handle different situations regarding the other parent.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great book for people working through divorce with children.
Reviewed in the United States on November 13, 2017
This is a great book for those going through divorce with children. Must read.
4.0 out of 5 stars A guide
Reviewed in the United States on January 25, 2017
A very mind opening book
4.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic book, everyone who's divorced with kids
Reviewed in the United States on September 4, 2016
Fantastic book, everyone who's divorced with kids, involved in one or knows someone who is must read this. Albeit must be read with an open mind.
4.0 out of 5 stars Helpful but not the end all be all
Reviewed in the United States on July 27, 2016
It's helpful in providing color surrounding the issues that many broken homes may face. But the circumstances in every situation are unique and there's no one solution fits all. Unfortunately. But I did find this read very helpful overall.
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5" x 8" (12.7 x 20.32 cm)
Black & White on White paper
BTH Publications, A Division of Between Two Homes, LLC.
ISBN-13: 978-0692253311 (Custom Universal)
BISAC: Family & Relationships / Divorce & Separation
You may be divorcing, divorced, never married, a grandparent, or other relative of a child growing up between two homes. For whatever reason you find yourself in the situation of helping a child grow up between two homes, you may be wondering how to do so. Between Two Homes has the answers. In this book, you’ll learn how to remain or become coparents (instead of opponents) and how to help your child grow and thrive while living between two homes.
Between Two Homes helps you:
- Build a successful coparenting relationship so you can stop fighting and start communicating
- Recognize obstacles to the coparenting relationship
- Take advantage of alternatives to litigation—you don’t have to fight it out in court
- Talk to your child about the changes using language he or she can understand
- Learn the special needs of your child at various stages, from newborn to teenager
- Create a coparenting plan
- Learn what behaviors, and even what words, can help or hurt your child
This book is also a helpful resource for mental health professionals and family law professionals. Not only does it provide helpful tools to help families, but it is a valuable text to provide to your clients.
S. Craig brings practical advice to emotionally driven situations involving
one of life’s most precious gifts, children. Between Two Homes is
a concise, informative, and well-written guide to help parents learn to
effectively coparent. I enthusiastically recommend Between Two Homes and
Bradley’s philosophy on how to effectively coparent.” —
Lauren Gaydos Duffer, Attorney at Law
“A great tool for helping families raise children between their two homes.” — Jennifer Leister, LPC, Author of Meet Max: Learning about Divorce from a Basset Hound’s Perspective
“Brad is one of the premier mental-health professionals dealing with families of divorce in the state of Texas. I, as well as the others Brad comes across, always learn something from him.” — Patrick A. Savage, MA, LPC, FAPA, BCPC
"Helped our Family be Happy. Bradley Craig is great at giving parents practical and realistic ways to co-parent effectively. As a step-mom it has made me step back and look at issues through the child's point of view. I can definitely say that my entire family has benefited and are living happier lives from learning how to help children live between two homes. Thanks!"
"Great Co-Parenting Guide. Between Two Homes is an excellent resource for all parents who have or are divorcing or were never married and are trying to co-parent. No one wants to harm their children, but people do not always know how to handle all of the situations with the children's best interest in mind.This is an easy read with a lot of specific common examples of co-parenting challenges." - By Melinda Eitzen, Attorney at Law
"Good Tool for Parents Struggling to Co-Parent Effectively. As a family law attorney I'm constantly looking for quality sources of information and coaching tools for clients. This handbook and the online parenting course is probably the best I've reviewed over the last 8-10 years." J. Shannon Cavers, Attorney at Law
for those with children who are not in a good relationship with the parent
of their child. I am a Board Certified Family Law attorney in Texas. If
you have children this book is a must read whether you are contemplating
divorce, in the middle of a divorce, or recovering from a divorce. The level
of conflict in any relationship where children are involved will be reduced
even if only one parent modifies their behavior. Better to spend ten dollars
on a book and put the information into action than tens of thousands of
dollars on an attorney." Diane M. Wanger, Attorney at Law