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Reviewed by Gisela Dixon for Readers' Favorite
Moving On: Redesigning Your Emotional, Financial and Social Life After Divorce by David Glass is a non-fiction self-help book for people who may be recently divorced on how to pick up the pieces of their lives and deal with the immense changes that divorce usually entails. In this book, David talks from his own personal experience as a divorced man with children, as well as a professional therapist and an attorney who has talked to numerous people about this issue as well. The book is divided simply into several chapters on topics such as assessing the current situation after a divorce, telling family and friends, designing a financial strategy, finding a place to live, redesigning one’s social life around the needs of the new family situation, dating and new relationships and how to handle this with kids, blending families, and more.
In Moving On, David has done a great job of writing a book on a topic that is widely discussed and experienced especially in America. Divorce has almost become the new normal and although each situation is different, the displacement and life changes are inevitable, especially when children are involved. David writes in a simple, clear, and pleasing style on what to expect after a divorce and provides a guide on the most common challenges people face. His writing is succinct and to-the-point which I appreciated, and the length of the book is just right. Speaking from his own experience both personally and professionally definitely adds a level of authenticity to the work. This is a great book for people going through a divorce.