Long shot, I’m sure. . . but I’ve thinking about this all day and I won’t be able to move on until I figure it out. . .
Back in about 1995-1996, I read a book about single parenting and divorce that really helped me a lot at the time. I gave the book to a friend of a friend a few years later and cannot for the life of me remember the name of the book or it’s author.
It may have had the word “handbook” or “guidebook” in the title. Something like that. But I don’t remember for sure. I could be way off base!
The book had a blue cover with some simple writing, if I remember correctly, and was fairly thick I think. I’m guessing in the neighborhood of 400ish pages maybe?
It was similar in size to the “what to expect when you’re expecting” series of books.
If you know of anything that remotely fits this description, please let me know!
I’ll be posting this in a few other places too.