In the spirit of Conscious Uncoupling comes a guide for a child-centered approach to parenting after divorceâ€”known as nestingâ€”that will change what it looks like to move forward as a family after a marriage ends. Research suggests when a couple separates, children suffer the most, as theyâ€™re typically shuttled back and forth between two different homes. When Beth Behrendt and her husband divorced, she found a better way: She gave her children custody of the home, while she and her husband moved around. After successfully implementing more than six years of whatâ€™s known as â€œnesting,â€ Behrendt has created a step-by-step guide for divorcing parents to introduce the practice in their own families. In Nesting After Divorce, Behrendt provides a coparenting program that can start when an unhappily married couple considers the pros and cons of a nesting divorce. She offers advice on deciding whether nesting is the right choice for a family and communicating the concept to a spouse, children, friends, and family. She outlines the steps for assembling a nesting â€œteamâ€ of legal, financial, and mental health professionals and even shows how, surprisingly, nesting is often a more affordable approach to divorce than the traditional two-home model. Behrendtâ€™s divorce book expands upon her viral 2017 New York Times essay â€œAfter Divorce, Giving Our Kids Custody of the Home,â€ and is the perfect guide for anyone seeking a healthy, amicable divorce for their family.
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