Marsha Temlock, has Masters Degrees in Organizational Psychology and English Literature. She has worked for more than twenty years in social and psychological services. A feature writer and columnist for Chicago Suburban Woman, and a contributing expert to firstwivesworld.com, she and her husband divide their time between Westport, Connecticut and New York City.
...a marvelous resource and source of comfort and help for that
often-neglected yet always-affected group: parents of divorce(e)'s.
Approachable, readable, and helpful.
Cynthia MacGregor, co-author, After Your Divorce, author, The Divorce Helpbook for Kids, The Divorce Helpbook for Teens, and Jigsaw Puzzle Family"
...a valuable tool to understanding both the intertwined enigma of divorce and parents/in-laws who suffer vicariously at minimum.
Mark Roseman, Deputy Director for Child Access, Children's Rights Council"
...helps families to stay grounded during emotional upheavals and explains how to deal with their feelings of pain, sadness and anger.
Chicago Tribune, May 13, 2007"
...required reading for parents whose adult child has made a life-changing decision that impacts them as well as the divorcing couple and their children.
Florence R. Kraut, LCSW, Former President and CEO, Family & Children's Agency"