Divorce: Defined

Things a dad should know when he's thrown out of the house

by Zachary Brooks


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E-Book
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Hardcover
$42.95
Softcover
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/17/2017

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 406
ISBN : 9781480847569
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 406
ISBN : 9781480847552
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 406
ISBN : 9781480847545

About the Book

When your wife throws you out of the house, no one gives you an instruction manual. You’re officially on your own!

Zachary Brooks was once in that exact situation—left on the sidewalk like the trash. He felt alone, scared, helpless, and unsure what to do next.

His number one priority was maintaining a close relationship with his son. So many questions swirled through his head:

When will I be allowed to see my son again?
What did I do to deserve this?
What could happen next?
How am I supposed to get through this?

When he went to the Internet and libraries to search for information, he found legal jargon and condescending rhetoric from lawyers, social workers, politicians and overly educated individuals who had never personally experienced the sheer brutality of a divorce.

He wrote this guide to help other dads better understand and manage the critical elements of their divorce while remaining a beacon of light in the lives of their children.

“As a divorced dad, while reading this book, I found myself relating to each story, each situation, and each feeling associated with the process of divorce. A book, such as this, would have benefited me immensely if it was released before or during my ‘eviction.’ This is the person that you want to learn from.”
—Seth Lerman, professor, author


About the Author

Zachary Brooks wasn’t prepared for the overwhelming mental and financial toll that came with divorce in Massachusetts, but his love for his son gave him a sense of purpose that became the key to his survival. Learning how to listen, observe, prioritize, articulate his thoughts and manage whatever he could is what kept him afloat. He enjoys a great relationship with his son and is able to trust, love, and laugh again.