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The D-Word: Divorce Through a Child's Eyes Book Release
Tara Eisenhard releases debut novel, The D-Word: Divorce Through a Child's Eyes
A new book from author Tara Eisenhard offers adults a view of how children interpret the events of a divorce. The D-Word recounts a year-long journey of divorce through the eyes of a twelve-year old girl.
Harrisburg, PA- November 1, 2012- The D-Word: Divorce Through a Child’s Eyes is the debut novel of Tara Eisenhard. Through real-life examples, the D-Word addresses critical issues and aims to provide divorcing parents with useful insight into how their actions shape reality for their children.
A divorce coach and self-proclaimed student of divorce, the author hopes to bring a new perspective to those looking for information about transitioning their families through a separation. “The market is flooded with self-help books about this topic,” said Eisenhard. “And many of them are quite good. But I wanted to do something different. I wanted to offer parents a glimpse into their children’s experience.”
In a recent review, divorce mediator David Zoll stated, “Divorcing parents and their families should read this so that they have a perspective on what it means when someone says, or thinks to themselves, ‘think of the kid(s)’.” He went on to say, “Divorce and parenting plan mediators … should read this to be reminded of the value of child-focused mediations.”
The D-Word paperback retails for $13.95 and is also available in hardcover and eBook format. It can be purchased through various online retailers and ordered at local booksellers.
About The Author
Tara Eisenhard is an ex-wife and the daughter of cooperatively divorced parents. From these life experiences came her belief that families can evolve, not dissolve, through the process. She has studied divorce and blended-family dynamics and is passionate about sharing her vision with others via her blog, Relative Evolutions.
For more information about The D-Word: Divorce Through a Child’s Eyes, visit relativeevolutions.com or contact Damian Fanella at 717.602.3890.
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