Do You Ever Cry, Dad?

Overview

The help divorcing dads need to survive marital breakdown while staying close to their kids.

Divorce and separation are overwhelmingly sad, especially when kids are involved. In Do You Ever Cry, Dad? I.J. Schecter shares his experience, stories from other fathers, and insights from family experts to provide practical and emotional support to dads going through the anguish of a split, and to help them maintain a loving and healthy relationship with those who matter most in their lives: their children.

Filled with emotional and practical help, concrete research, and a deep understanding of the pain and processing marital breakup involves, Do You Ever Cry, Dad? aims to help dads get themselves and their kids through one of the hardest changes in their lives. Frank, honest, heartfelt, and compassionate, this book is here for any dad who needs help instilling hope in place of the despair and hurt he may be keeping to himself.

About the Author

I.J. Schecter

Posted by KathrynB on March 27, 2018
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I.J. Schecter

I.J. Schecter has written hundreds of articles on parenting and family topics for publications including Today’s Parent, Men’s Health, and MUM Magazine. His work has also appeared in the National Post, the Globe and Mail, and a variety of radio, TV, and online media channels. His most enduringly popular piece is “The Crib,” an essay about watching his newborn son sleep. He lives in Toronto.