How To Go To Visitation Without Throwing-Up

How to go to Visitation Without Throwing-Up


(By a real kid and his step-mom)

Sure you can go to visitation without it making you sick.

I did, and I show you how in my 'World Famous Book' (well I think it is world famous)   ; )   Joshua (the author) Evans 11-years-old

The Midwest Book Review Internet Bookwatch Volume 12, Number 1 November 2002
How To Go To Visitation Without Throwing Up is a book for young children about coping with regular visitation to separate parents, especially long-distance visitation. Written in very simple language arising from the point of view of a young boy who had a hard time adjusting to the stress of traveling back and forth to visit his mother, How To Go To Visitation Without Throwing up offers more than just a mere advisory text - it has point-by-point observations, travel safety tips, and numerous fun activities to pass the travel time. How To Go To Visitation Without Throwing Up is highly recommended reading and a great resource for any parent having to take a child on a long distance trip to visit friends and relations. 

My name is Joshua and I have been going to visitation since I was born in October 1991. I have got there by car, van, 18 wheeler truck, train, taxicab and airplane. When I was a baby I didn't care.

When I got bigger I would cry not to go. My dad would hold me and I would shake and cry. I wasn't afraid of my mom I just did not want to go away. I wanted everyone I loved to stay around me. I traveled to visitation and home 4 to 6 times a year for the big holidays, spring break and summer.

Later I would get mad because my friends where I lived most of the time would get to do lots of stuff while I was gone. My dad said it was not only a order of the court but it was the right thing to do. It cost my mom and my dad a lot of money and trouble to send me back and forth. I would get upset and worried about going and sometimes I made a big deal out of it. I would say I never wanted to go ever again. Sometimes I would even throw-up.

My mom had to work a lot. I spent most of my time with a baby-sitter and sometimes with my grown-up half-sister and her children. I love my mom and would have a great time with her. I wouldn't be nervous or worried when I was with her.

Then last summer my mom said she probably would not have the money to have me for the summer. I got really upset. I was surprised because I thought I didn't want to go. But when I thought I couldn't go my feelings were hurt. Finally I did get to go for 9 days instead of 42 and I was happy. Now it looks like I won't get to see her much and I am sad about that. I would like to go and see her when I want to see her. Not when the judge or the money says I can.

Visitation has been a big thing in my life and I hope I can help you with yours. Joshua Shane Evans

How To Go To Visitation Without Throwing-Up
Table of Contents

Does Anyone Like Visitation? 
Reasons Kids Don't Want To Go 
Reasons You Need To Go 
Thinking About It Makes Me Sick 
Things That Won't Help 
Things That Will Help 
The Parent Traps 
Tips to Help Parents 
Travel Stories 
Every Friday Night 
Nerd At Home, Star At Visit 
Don't Eat Them 
A Trip In A Trip In A Trip 
Flying With A Pilot 
Peanuts and Other Kids 
Visitation Center 
Airplane Game Boy Lesson 
Packing A Surprise 
Travel Safety 
Trip Information 
Why Have Travel Activities? 
Things You Can and Can't Change 
Picture Squares 
Circle Squares 
Where Do I Grow? 
News Hound 
Make a Happiness Recipe 
Your Happiness Recipe 
The Best Riddles 
Worry Pages 
Worry Wart List 
Why Kids Worry 
Worry Busters 
Your Worry List 
What If List 
My Pet 
Strengths List 
Answering the Bully 
Kid Business Cards 

Fill In Feelings 
Code Maker 
Hair Survey 
Things That Make Me Sad 
Body Parts 
My Wish List 
Your Wish List 
My Finger Puppets 
Draw Hand Ideas 
Draw A Fortune Telling Hand 
Kid Fortune Cookies 
Move the Letters 
Anagram Your Name 
Where Do You Go For _____? 
Mapping a Room 
Map To My House 
Pig Latin 
Cross Out 
My Hidden Word Puzzle 
Your Hidden Word Puzzle 
Word Games for 2 or More 
My 2 and 1/2 Homes 
Draw Your Homes 
My Happy Times 
Draw Your Happy Times 
My Letter 
Letters by Brittany Johnson 
Your Letters 
Dear God, 
Dear My Son, 
Dear Daughter, 
Dear Pet, 
Dear Mom, 
Dear Dad, 
Dear Jerk, 
Dear Favorite Teacher, 
Dear Grown Up Me, 
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