How can you help your child or grandchild cope with divorce? Turn to the Divorce App to learn what your child is feeling and how to help him or her through this challenging experience.The Divorce App has sold copies on 5 continents (North America, Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa) and in over 14 countries. Ask a child how he/she is feeling and the answer is often, "I dont know." Asking children to draw how they are feeling about divorce, however, often reveals their truest feelings, some of which they may be unaware of, or afraid to speak out about.In the Divorce App, Dr. Woliver uses childrens drawings to illustrate their stories, feelings and needs at each developmental stage, so parents and grandparents can help them deal with the divorce. Some of the pictures are heartbreaking; others are inspiring, but the drawings provide abundant motivation to do something and present the hope that children can survive and thrive. The solutions present a clear plan of what to do. There are specific suggestions for problems at different developmental stages from 218.The Divorce App allows you to select the ages of the children and quickly gets you to the heart of the matter and then as quickly moves you to a solution. Suitable for parents, children, teachers and counselors, the drawings and the app give a parent the tools to talk to and to work with their children. It is also useful in therapy.The App has activities for children to help explain the divorce and a quiz for parents to help instruct and gauge how well you are reacting to your childs needs during the divorce.The Divorce App is based on Dr. Woliver's book Mango Season Doesn't Last Forever: A Guide to Helping Children Cope with Divorce.Dr. Woliver brings 25 years of experience working with children of divorce. The Divorce App helps you ensure that your child not only survives the divorce, but also grows positively from the experience.