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How do I negotiate and co-parent with a Narcissistic ex?

Posted on October 7th, 2020

Divorcing a narcissist is not for the fainthearted. You need to understand who you are dealing with and take the right steps to have the best result possible. Here are some tips you can follow to achieve the best results. If you are still stuck, get hold of someone on our team to support you […]

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Can a spiritual mindset help your children thru divorce?

Posted on September 21st, 2018 Mindset for Children going through Divorce

This article is courtesy of my good friend Louis Weinstock… A highly respected transpersonal child and family psychotherapist with 17 years experience who tackles some great points in this exclusive article he has kindly produced for you and for us…   In my clinical work with divorced or divorcing families, there is one thing I’ve learned […]

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Give Yourself And Your Kids A Break: You Can’t Be Happy All The Time

Posted on August 6th, 2015

The social media showcase When you picked up your phone this morning, what was the first thing you did? Did you have a quick skim through Facebook or Instagram? Take a sneaky peak at who “liked” that photo of you out having fun? Did you feel your mood sagging slightly if no one noticed – or get […]

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Protect Your Children From the Trauma of Divorce (Part 2)

Posted on August 1st, 2014

In my previous article, I addressed issues which can affect your children during difficult divorce proceedings. Here are some further ways you can make sure your children are not negatively influenced by divorce. Going through a divorce is emotionally and financially crippling; however, if a child is involved, making sure you do what’s best for them […]

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Protect Your Children from the Trauma of Divorce

Posted on June 19th, 2014

The fear of hurting your children’s emotions may have kept you in an unhappy marriage, but sometimes getting out is exactly what’s best for everybody. Breaking the news is never easy; however, there are ways to minimize the negatives and help guide your children through the difficult transition. Communicate with them From choosing the right […]

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Considerations on Divorce and Parenting

Posted on February 13th, 2013 Handling divorce with kids

Hello wonderful people! Here is a little interview between myself and Joanne Katz from Askimo TV answering some questions about Divorce and Parenting. There is a little download here: SUPPORTING CHILDREN THROUGH DIVORCE I answer questions like: What advice do you have for parents who are going through a divorce? What should we know about […]

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How to Support Children Through Divorce

Posted on November 7th, 2012

Read this article to support your children through divorce or download this free guide.  

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How to help your children through divorce…

Posted on April 16th, 2012

Learn some great tips on helping your children through divorce including… Getting yourself together Not using your child as a weapon Not using your children as a way of dealing with or processing your own emotions Letters to write to children For an interview with a parenting expert If you enjoyed this post, I’d be […]

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Your divorce is impacting your child’s exam results, so take action today

Posted on February 2nd, 2012 Handling divorce with kids

Several studies have been done in the past 10 years on the impact of divorce on children, specifically with regard to their academic performance and exam results. The *studies all suggest that although the psychological damage from divorce fades for children within a few years, their academic performance continues to decline. Yongmin Sun, co-author of […]

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The benefits of Family mediation…

Posted on November 12th, 2011

Between 32-55% of marriages end in divorce. Although this statistic is pretty dreadful, it’s a sad reality about marriages today. The actual process of separating and divorcing is relatively straightforward, and it is possible for a couple to complete the task themselves without professional help, for a small sum of money in court fees. However, […]

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