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#1 of 4 Old 11-12-2011, 09:29 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Please if you have read this book share your review with me. Basically everyone I speak with in the local justice system recommends this book to me when I explain the current situation with my ex. But with literally more then a hundred books to read on my "to read" bookshelf should I bump this one near the top?

 

 

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I read it and didn't get much out of it. Seemed like pretty common sense stuff to me. Have you read Moms House Dads House? I thought that one was much more helpful.

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I read this book and I thought it was a good one, especially if you are dealing with a difficult ex.  Fortunately, I haven't had this issue so far.  But I read the book to be prepared.  I checked it out from the library. 

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I read it as well and found it helpful.

 

And the title fits.

 

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