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Title:
Still friends : living happily ever after ... even if your marriage falls apart
Author:
Quick, Barbara.
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Publication Information:
Berkeley, Calif. : Wildcat Canyon Press, 1999.
Physical Description:
179 pages ; 18 cm
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781885171368
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

Divorce, separation, property settlements, custody arrangements - the very words are enough to bring on a migraine. Everyone has heard of the passionate property fight, the wrenching custody battle. But there are plenty of happy endings as well: the ex-spouses who still socialize with their reconfigured families, the parents who sit across from one another at the Thanksgiving table or stand up side-by-side at their child's wedding. Still Friends is a tribute to people who have bucked the stereotype of the bitter divorce to create a kinder model of splitting up. It provides hope that the end of your life as a couple does not have to mean the destruction of your dreams, your friendship, or your family. Filled with real-life stories from men and women who have transcended the trauma, disappointment, and jealousy that plague the lives of many ex-couples and their children, Still Friends is a valuable resource for anyone struggling to regain balance and civility after a divorce.


Author Notes

Barbara Quick is the author of the 2007 novel VIVALDI'S VIRGINS, which has been translated into fourteen languages. NORTHERN EDGE, her first novel, won the Discover Prize. Her latest novel, A GOLDEN WEB, set in 14th century Bologna, will be published by HarperTeen in April 2010. At work now on another novel set in the world of music, Barbara lives in the California Wine Country with her fiance Wayne Roden, a vigneron and violist with the San Francisco Symphony.


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