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Best Books: 7 Great Reads For Divorced Men

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If you have just been through a divorce, then life might feel unstable and your issues and responsibilities may feel overwhelming. There are many men who have been in your position and they are more than willing to offer up advice and guidance on how to deal with this time. Here are 7 books that every divorced man should read.

#1 Storms Can’t Hurt The Sky by Gabriel Cohen

He (Cohen) is very plain in his struggle with his anger and he decided to quest out for peace through learning about Buddhism. What I enjoyed the most about this book was how plain his pain and struggle was -- even while trying to do the right thing. The quote 'Perfect is the enemy of better' comes to mind when reading this book as the process through a divorce isn't an easy one. It can be very messy but the goal is to have a focus on trying to build a plan so you can try and get back on a path towards recovery and resources when you fall off.

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Contributors: William Schroeder from Just Mind

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#2 Elusive Innocence by Dean Tong

In this #MeToo climate and sexual impropriety allegations lurking around the next curve, it's too easy for a divorcing spouse to wrongly accuse a loving father and have motive, method and opportunity to do so wielding a child as a pawn, weapon, and tool so that s/he can garner equity-at-law in Court.

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Contributors: Dean Tong from Abuse-Excuse

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#3 Divorce Rules for Men by Martin M Shenkman & Michael J Hamilton

Divorce Rules for Men is meant to guide you through the money management process of divorce. The book does this by comprehensively going through everything that happens before during and after the divorce process. It also helps manage the family issues that may come up, such as how to prepare your children through this turbulent situation.

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Contributors: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

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#4 Divorced Dads 101 by Nancy J. Wasson and Lee Hefner

One of the most challenging aspects of divorce is how to deal with, raise, protect and have a relationship with your kids. The authors’ mission is to help divorced dads develop deeper more meaningful relationships with their kids. The book argues that failure in marriage doesn’t have to translate to failure in raising your children.

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Contributors: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

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#5 The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle

After a divorce, it can be easy to feel confused or grasping for meaning. The Power of Now will help you tap into your potential and reinvigorate the meaning in your life. The book's message boils down to not living in the past or worrying about the future, rather it empowers you to ask yourself one question: β€œwhat now?”.

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Contributors: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

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#6 They’re Your Kids Too by Anne Mitchell

Men who are looking to secure their relationship with their children, and to increase time with their children - and not looking for the scorched earth method of family law - have found this book incredibly helpful.

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Contributors: Anne Mitchell from Dads Rights

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#7 How to Survive the Loss of a Love by Peter McWilliams

Although the title suggests that this book deals with surviving the death of a loved one, it actually speaks to the pain of separation and loss of dreams. Even when a divorce is one of choice, there is a feeling of failure and self-condemnation attached. This book speaks to that, and more, clearly and sympathetically. It makes complete sense and reads easily (a gift to the muddled mind). My first copy handed to me by a wise friend. I have since given dozens away.

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Contributors: Marlene Morris from Marlene Morris Ministries

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