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Publisher's Summary

Clarity at your fingertips

Marriage crisis • Divorce • Co-parenting • Remarriage

This practical, no-nonsense book gathers essential information and practical guidance from rabbis, attorneys, and mental health professionals for navigating relationship breakdowns, reconciliation considerations, divorce, and life thereafter. Whether you are currently in a marital crisis, are torn between thoughts of reconciliation and divorce, or are already divorced, this sensitive guide clears up many misconceptions, illuminates relevant halachic and civil processes, and arms you with the knowledge needed to make sound decisions at every crossroad. 

©2021 Zalman Goldstein (P)2021 Zalman Goldstein

Critic Reviews

“This book is smart, clear and eye-opening. A must-read education for those who are either personally or professionally involved.” (David J. Lieberman, PhD, New York Times best-selling author and international expert on interpersonal relationships)

“Zalman Goldstein’s latest book, Talking Divorce, provides a wealth of practical and meaningful advice aimed at helping Jewish couples recognize relevant issues surrounding divorce. He takes you through the different stages of a changing family, from marital distress to divorce and co-parenting, helping the reader create a clearer sense of direction and control during a very challenging time in life. This book can spare you and your family much heartache and set you in a healthier direction.” (M. Gary Neuman, LMHC, New York Times best-selling author, creator of the, and author of Helping Your Kids Cope With Divorce the Sandcastles Way)

"This work does a phenomenal job addressing a very sensitive and challenging topic. So many families have suffered as a result of married couples rushing to action and initiating divorce before having adequate and accurate information about what is involved. This often results in unnecessary heartache, financial ruin, and sometimes irreparable emotional and psychological damage, especially when there are children involved. I particularly appreciate the author’s thoughtful discussion of issues commanding consideration by those facing the agonizing decision of whether to divorce or work toward reconciliation. With divorce so profound in its impact, he rightfully encourages readers to pause, reflect, and obtain expert, objective guidance before making major decisions. His encouragement for readers to work toward bringing a spirit of goodwill and kind-heartedness to every part of the process is wise and sure to alleviate much needless suffering. The comprehensive treatment of so many areas relating to divorce and its aftermath delivers a wealth of knowledge alongside wholesome, sensible direction for navigating each crossroad." (Rabbi Shimon Gruen, acclaimed relationship expert and author of Get Along with Everyone)

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