UK – How to Love Your Kids More Than You Hate that Man


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This guide is for both men and women, of all ages, because Kim realizes 
that neither parent is a villain or a saint. “Both parents have their own 
unique issues and good personal traits.”

This book is for teens,  young adults or adults who are living or have lived 
with parents that interacted badly. They need to understand that any 
animosity that is (or was) taking place between their parents is not their 
fault. “Don’t assume your kids are alright, because they are not saying 

Also, this book is for anyone who is interested in a real life drama. This 
book details her first marriage and subsequent divorce and how she found 
out her ex husband was cheating on her.  The aftermath of the divorce is 
also covered. Kim said. “I don’t sugar coat what happened to me or my 
reaction to it.”

This guide is for parents that are still together but are experiencing some 

One of The Real Life Stories:  Someone confided in Kim that she had 
not seen her grandchildren or daughter for several years. She explained that 
her daughter was mad at the children’s father and on one occasion several 
years ago when she was babysitting the kids she allowed them to call their 

She recalled how happy the children were after speaking with him. Well her 
daughter found out and cut her mother off from any communication with her 
or her grandchildren. A few months after reading this book she called her 
mother and apologized, she said she would start letting them see their dad 
also.  She saw her grandchildren a few weeks later.

Please don’t think you’ve waited too long to turn things around. Change is 
just one decision away.


Kind Regards
Greg Downing

“It is a rare breed of human who can blend a free spirit, a decisive nature, a deep respect for life, love for adventure, and an uncompromising sense of integrity into human happiness and being. Such individuals hear the heartbeat of wholeness.”

“Recognizing that the child, for the full and harmonious development of his or her personality, should grow up in a family environment, in an atmosphere of happiness, love and understanding” Convention on the Rights of the Child

A child who is separated from one or both parents is entitled to “maintain personal relations and direct contact with both parents on a regular basis, except if it is contrary to the child’s best interests” (UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, 1989, Article 9)



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