If your parents divorced when you were a child, you may be wondering: Will I get divorced, too? Research indicates divorce is often passed down from generation to generation. Children from divorced homes are up to five times more likely to get divorced as compared to children whose families remained intact. It's time to end the cycle of divorce. Based upon two decades of interviews with over 400 adult children of divorce, this book will empower you to:
Avoid the destructive relationship behaviors common to adult children of divorce
Increase your ability to recognize what love looks like and what it doesn't look like
Recognize the warning signs of a poor partner choice before you make a long-term commitment
Create the successful, loving relationship you deserve
This practical, -nsense guide is encouraging, optimistic and insightful. Through the use of real-life stories, it provides the valuable tools you need for a great relationship. Whether you're a teen embarking on dating and love, in your 20's, 30's or 40's with some dating history, or perhaps divorced already, it's never too early or too late to learn how to end the cycle of divorce.
Sharon Brooks has written a tell-it-like-it-is book unlocking the key to why divorce is often passed down from generation to generation. She grew up in a divorced home and has experienced first-hand the challenges many adult children of divorce experience in their own romantic relationships. She is dedicated to empowering women and men with the necessary tools to break the cycle of divorce. This book is also helpful for individuals whose parents remained together in an unhappy marriage. Learn more at ifyourparentsdivorced.com.