A navigational aid through the daily life for single parent and patchwork families the trend is clear: the number of separations is steadily increasing. And anyone who is affected by such a situation – whether as leaving, abandoned or as a blameless child – knows how many problems of everyday life then consols. Barbara links “Modern family forms” provides not only general information on the subject, but as practical guide offers many tried and tested tips. Boris gelfand has firm opinions on the matter. Based on experience reports of concerned the book provides concrete solutions for the typical problems that occur repeatedly in patchwork families. The stages of the crisis – the decision to separate, over its enforcement and to a possible new partner – describes step by step. All those who feel simply overwhelmed in the unusual constellation of the family, makes the book courage and helps to overcome the hurdles of everyday life. Content: Preface / modern family forms from the point of view of research / one first steps out of the chaos / In the Everyday on set / one more? A new love / one more – the patchwork family / annex / register
Sustainable living, thereby improving the world (kl) in the Edition free spirit by Peter Krause as a writer for Coinstatt the biography of Rolf Drossard appeared. The book is about the life of one who has realized a dream, the most silent dream: someday the world a bit better than leave to, as you found them. Rolf Drossard, born 1956 in Krefeld, is among those who engaged as entrepreneurs for the construction of bio – and eco-movement and for the world of the future by their deeds and their lives have given topicality as the topic of the responsibility of the people. Readers will learn what has shaped the future entrepreneurs and financial advisor for a CV and meet a man who has taken to the fullest and implemented in their own works, what historical developments have offered him. Klaus Odenthal, founding Director of Versiko AG writes about the book: the reading was really fun me and I felt transported in old times – nostalgic and with horror. But life is now.” 240 pages, hardcover, 26.80 euros ISBN 978-3-86931-506-5 Klaus Lertha.