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Out of touch [electronic resource] :when parents and children lose contact after divorce / Geoffrey L. Greif.

By: Greif, Geoffrey L.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1997Description: 1 online resource (viii, 240 p.).ISBN: 9780195357349 (electronic bk.); 0195357345 (electronic bk.); 1280527943; 9781280527944.Subject(s): Children of divorced parents | Children of divorced parents -- Psychology | Divorce -- Psychological aspects | Divorce | FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS -- Abuse -- Child Abuse | FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS -- Adoption & Fostering | FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS -- Parenting -- Parent & Adult Child | FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS -- Parenting -- General | Ouder-kind-relaties | Echtscheiding | Children of divorced parents | Children of divorced parents -- Psychology | Divorce -- Psychological aspectsGenre/Form: Electronic books.DDC classification: 306.874 Online resources: EBSCOhost Summary: Why do parents stop having contact with their children after separation and divorce? How does this falling out of touch affect them and their children, and what can noncustodial parents do to maintain contact? This book offers a perspective for parents who are "out of touch" by exploring what the loss of contact means in their lives as well as the lives of their children. It presents portraits of parents pushed away by the other parent or by their children after painful and emotional divorces. It also discusses the emotional, legal and public policy issues involved for divorced parents and their children.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [229]-236) and index.

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Why do parents stop having contact with their children after separation and divorce? How does this falling out of touch affect them and their children, and what can noncustodial parents do to maintain contact? This book offers a perspective for parents who are "out of touch" by exploring what the loss of contact means in their lives as well as the lives of their children. It presents portraits of parents pushed away by the other parent or by their children after painful and emotional divorces. It also discusses the emotional, legal and public policy issues involved for divorced parents and their children.

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