Nan Cohen knows breaking up is hard to do, but asking the right questions in the midst of separation or divorce can be even more difficult. The long-time radio host of "Dealing with Divorce" on Pittsburgh’s KQV-AM, is now posing her up-front and personal questions about relationships, families, children, dating, and intimacy in Dealing with Divorce: Reality Revealed, a motivating and illuminating guide and journal designed for men and women in the midst of relationship challenges. As the hardest questions to hear are the most important to answer, the divorce consultant’s interactive tool is designed for anyone to explore their feelings in a confidential and encouraging way. “Ultimately, this book empowers the reader to write their own story,” says Nan. “It’s is also for friends and family to share with someone they care about—someone who might be in pain or in need of an objective listener, anyone dealing with a separation or divorce.” In Dealing with Divorce: Reality Revealed, Nan shares insights from her own life and career journey with both her radio listeners and guest experts and her work as a personal consultant on clients’ divorce teams. Nan’s chapter introductions reveal her personal journey from a divorced mother of a toddler to a happily married parent of two daughters. Ten chapters explore the most pertinent and practical concerns around separation and divorce. Each chapter features Cohen’s self-evaluative and thought-provoking questions on areas such as Legal & Other Support, What Divorce Means, Time for Me, Dating, and Sex & Intimacy. Chapters on custody and children offer practical and philosophical parenting insight. The compact, spiral-bound book features a durable cover and space in which readers may record answers to Cohen’s essential questions and their additional thoughts. Cohen says, “It’s a way to encourage an individual who may be feeling overwhelmed or in need of structure with a tool for organizing their thoughts, dreams and, yes, even regrets.” Dealing with Divorce: Reality Revealed is on sale ($19.95 US/$22.95 Canada) via at (http://www.divorcerealityexpert.com), and by the April 26 launch date at the University of Pittsburgh Book Center (http://www.pitt.edu/~bookctr), Awesome Books (http://www.awesomebookspittsburgh.com), and Penquin Bookshop (http://www.penguinbookshop.com/). Cohen’s first signing events will be held at Penguin Bookshop on Sat., April 28 at 1 pm and at Awesome Books (downtown Pittsburgh location) on Tues., May 1 at 7 pm. ISBN-13: 978-0-615-54954-5 Price: $19.95 US ($22.95 Canada) (Yvonne_Hudson)
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