Releases e-Book Focused on Helping Kids Cope With Divorce

New e-Book from helps children overcome the emotional and psychological effects of seeing their parents go through divorce.
By: Helping Kids Through,
June 18, 2012 - PRLog -- Helping Kids Through, a website based in Brisbane, Australia built for the purpose of helping children overcome the emotional and psychological effects of seeing their parents go through divorce, has released an e-book dealing with the subject.
The e-book entitled But What About Me? by Wendy Mollah, founder and owner of the website, is written from the perspective of children and also offers expert advice for parents. Mollah is confident that the book will gain the appreciation of parents and child welfare advocates as there are very few books expressing the view of children on the subject of divorce. The book also includes interviews with expert authors and a number of bonus reports.

“You have every right to feel proud of this. It is wonderful,” said Karen Woodall of London’s The Center for Separated Families. “We will advertise it on our site and we would also like to advertise it through our training courses. Congratulations on a wonderful piece of work.”

The e-book written from the point of view of children assists them to cope with divorce and separation and includes interviews with expert authors, a comprehensive list of useful resources and a number of useful articles for single parents.

Wendy Mollah, a single mother to two children aged 9 and 11, has worked in the area of child welfare for 22 years and derives much of her insight from the experiences of her clients and subscribers to her website Mollah may be reached through


Wendy Mollah
Source:Helping Kids Through,
Tags:Ebook, Divorce Self-help, Parenting Helping, Kids And Divorce
Industry:Family, Books
Location:Brisbane - Queensland - Australia
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