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- A Child-Friendly Path through Divorce
- By: Jeremy S. Gaies Psy.D., James B. Morris Jr. Ph.D.
- Narrated by: Jeremy S. Gaies, James B. Morris Jr.
- Length: 4 hrs and 4 mins
Being good parents is hard even when you're happily married, but for separated or divorced couples, parenting can be particularly daunting. There is hope. Mindful Co-Parenting provides divorced parents a practical way through the process that protects their children. In this compact, step-by-step guide, written in a supportive yet direct style, clinical psychologists Jeremy S. Gaies, Psy.D., and James B. Morris Jr., Ph.D., identify what matters most to kids and describe the importance of parents being mindful of their children's needs and wants.
Great for handling hard situations.
- By Mirmade on 06-07-17
The first section on separation is terrible advice. If you move out of the marital home, even if you have good intentions, you've now changed the status quo to the benefit of the spouse who remains. Attorneys will tell you the same thing. Also, with 90% of separated couples progressing to divorce, it's simply not pragmatic advice. It's like it was written for an academic audience, not for everyday parents.
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The Choose Yourself Guide to Wealth
- By: James Altucher
- Narrated by: James Altucher
- Length: 5 hrs and 22 mins
We are living in an epic period of change, danger, and opportunity. The economy is crashing and booming every few years. People are getting fired and replaced by computers and Chinese workers. The stock market crashes with regularity. Every fix from the government makes things worse. The old world has been demolished, and people are desperate for answers.
This isn't an audiobook
- By Abigail on 04-15-17
This is not unabridged, and it's full of rambling.
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
This is labeled as unabridged, and I expected the full content of the book. Instead what I got was a rambling conversation including his wife Claudia. If I wanted to listen to James Altucher's podcast, then I would have done that instead of buying this book.
How could the performance have been better?
Read the actual book to the audience. Nothing pissed me off faster than glossing over a section and telling me I need to read the book for the details. I bought this audio book for those details.
18 of 18 people found this review helpful