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How To Support Your Kids
During Divorce Workshop

On Demand - Anytime & Anywhere

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It takes women on average 18 months to make the decision to get divorced - and you know why? Because of the kids! The fear that we will mess them up is REAL!

Divorce is seen as an Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) by the American Academy of Pediatrics. This means divorce can be a contributing factor for both physical and mental health problems later in the child's life when they are grown up.

But guess what?

It doesn't have to be!

Whether an experience becomes traumatic and impacts our children's lives negatively all depends on how supported kids are during this time.

You can use this divorce as a way to bond with your children, to help support them, strengthen them, and build resilience to deal with everything life throws at them!

When you take the right steps, your child will not have to deal with the repercussions of your divorce for the rest of their lives.

You have the power to make this an experience they can thrive from!

But how?

That is where this workshop comes in.

You will learn practical advice and evidence-based techniques to help your children through this time. We will tackle:

  • Setting up the kids' new living situation with them in mind.

  • Making transition times from one home to the other smoother.

  • Adjusting the kids' routines to help them thrive when being co-parented.

  • Enhancing the communication with our kids so they feel heard and seen throughout this process.

  • How to validate kids' feelings and emotions without throwing your co-parent under the bus.

  • Supporting your kids when the other co-parent is abusive towards your or the kids.

  • And so much more!

 

Whether you are thinking about getting divorced, are already in the process, or have been at co-parenting for a while but just can't seem to get your kids adjusted, this workshop is for you!

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