January 5, 2017

Book – Awards and Reviews

Awards


2016 Independent Publisher Silver Award 
Best Adult Non-Fiction Informational E-Book

2016 eLIT Gold Award
Best in Relationships / Sexuality

Reviews


“Marriages End. Families Don’t. Divorce Wisely. is a guidebook that is packed full of relationship information that might prevent divorce in the first place. But if your marriage is meant to end, you’ll find hope, advice, and clarity here.”

Christiane Northrup, M.D., ob/gyn physician and author of the New York Times bestsellers: Goddesses Never Age: The Secret Prescription for Radiance, Vitality, and Wellbeing, Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom, and The Wisdom of Menopause

“[Divorce Wisely] is written with clarity and precision that will help many readers understand the choices that lie ahead of them…. I doubt there are better words of wisdom on making important decisions, yet I don’t know of any divorce author who has been so clear on this point.

Divorce Wisely is a powerful contribution to the people who face this difficult journey and I hope it finds its way into the hands of many people.

Ron Ousky, leading Collaborative Law attorney in the US and co-author of “The Collaborative Way to Divorce”

“In Divorce Wisely, Suzanne Grandchamp offers an evolutionary approach to consciously, respectfully, and kindly uncoupling.  If you or someone you love is considering divorcing or breaking up, give them the gift of this book.”

Michael Bernard Beckwith, author of “Spiritual Liberation” and “Life Visioning”

“178 pragmatic, heart-felt pages of excellent advice. I know Suzanne as a colleague in the Collaborative Law Institute, a tough cookie with a broad perspective and an authentic writing style. [You] will be excellently grounded in the material that’s covered here.”

Stevan S. Yasgur, attorney Minnesota Collaborative Lawyer specializing in divorce, child custody and mediation.

“Divorce wisely is a thoughtful and helpful book that demonstrates the author’s years of valuable experience. Full of psychological as well as practical insight, it will serve as a guide through a difficult and painful time.”

Frederic Luskin, Ph.D., world leader in research, teaching, and writing regarding forgiveness, director of the Stanford Forgiveness Projects, Senior Consultant at Stanford, and Professor at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology.

“Extremely well written and deeply researched.”

Stuart Webb, attorney, speaker, inventor of collaborative law, and co-author of “The Collaborative Way to Divorce”.