THE MORNING SHOW
HAPPY VALENTINES DAY
Judith Rabinor, Ph.D
Author of Befriending Your Ex After Divorce: Making Life Better for You, Your Kids, and Yes, Your Ex
“You don’t have to hate the person you once loved”
After a divorce, is it possible to overcome sorrow, bitterness, anger, and resentment and form a peaceful relationship with your former spouse? How and why would you want to?
The answers are convincingly and logically presented in Befriending Your Ex After Divorce: Making Life Better for You, Your Kids, and Yes, Your Ex, authored by Judith Ruskay Rabinor, Ph.D., She is a clinical psychologist who was motivated to write her book after accepting the losses and realities of her own divorce and becoming good friends with her former husband.
While a marriage may be brief, divorce lasts a lifetime. Dr.Rabinor explains how divorced people can turn their lives around and develop new, healthy, and healing relationships with their exes, and create stronger and healthier families in doing so.
Judith Ruskay Rabinor, Ph.D. is a psychologist, author, speaker and relationship expert with offices in New York City and Lido Beach, Long Island. Judy is the founder and director of the American Eating Disorder Center and the author of A Starving Madness: Tales of Hunger Hope and Healing in Psychotherapy. (Gurze Books, 2002)
A pioneer in the joint custody divorce movement, her new book, Befriending Your Ex After Divorce: Making Life Better for You, Your Kids and Yes, Your Ex (New Harbinger Publications) is described as “a must read for divorced, separated and divorcing parents.” Judy has drawn from her own personal journey to write about how relationships can continue to grow, change, and thrive after divorce and as new family structures evolve.
A psychologist with 35 years of experience, Judy’s therapeutic approach is experiential, relational, spiritual, and practical. Her mission is helping people develop a deeper connection to themselves (thoughts, feelings and history), to others (friends and family), and to experience a greater sense of aliveness, vitality, and joy.
dr judith rabinor, befrending your ex, february 14, 2013