Reconcilable Differences : Marriages End. Families Don't.

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When Cate and her husband split, they divided the house so that he lived upstairs, she lived downstairs and the children floated inbetween. This book explores ten “succesfully failed” marriages where families reconfigure after divorce.

Praise & Recognition

Her words resonated, making me admire Cochran and the other parents in her book all the more for forging a new path, complete with honest communication. Montreal Gazette
The book marks a new way of looking at the post-divorce world at the very time the definition of family is being recast. Maclean's Magazine
An inspiring book about families who buck conventional wisdom and structure their post-divorce lives in unusual ways. Herizons
Cochran offers a smorgasbord of tips and advice for readers and divorces - a must for the recent or potentially divorced. Midwest Book Review
The book is a lesson in mature adulthood. Sarah Hampson, The Globe and Mail


Publication Date: October 31, 2007

Genre: Adult Nonfiction

Product Format: Paperback

Pages: 264

ISBN: 978-1-897187-29-6

About the Author

Cate Cochran

Cate Cochran was a producer with CBC Radio for 25 years - at Morningside, AIH, Writers & Co., and The Sunday Edition. Her book Reconcilable Differences: Marriages End. Families Don't chronicles how ten families, including hers, reconfigured in unique and creative ways in the wake of divorce.

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