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An Interview with Marsha Temlock, MA on Adult Child Divorce

David Van Nuys, Ph.D. Updated: Mar 8th 2007

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Marsha Temlock, MAWhen a marriage ends, lots of folks are hurt. The divorcing couple, of course, and their children are usually the center of attention. Little attention gets paid to the parents of the divorcees, who may themselves be hurt by the divorce process. Temlock's examination of this sensitive topic offers parents of divorcing children a friendly guidebook packed with helpful information and suggestions from other parents who've "been there." She offers a five-stage model of the divorce process as experienced by parents of divorcing children will can help readers to stay grounded through the emotional upheavals they'll share with their children and grandchildren. This practical manual puts an arm around the shoulder of parents of divorcing adults and supports them through the difficult days of the divorce process and its aftermath.

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About Marsha Temlock, MA

Marsha Temlock, MAMarsha Temlock, MA 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, she and her husband divide their time between Westport, Connecticut and New York City. She’s the author of a new book, titled Your Child’s Divorce .

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