Firstly, statistics show that 3/5 marriages will end in divorce and secondly conflict is present in 9/10 divorces, Furthermore, the statistics for unmarried parents is even higher!
With this in mind, if you’re reading this then you clearly desire at the deepest level, to shield your child as much as possible from the painful effects felt at the ending of the parental relationship and all the potential conflict that can occur. Consequently, this is definitely something that you cannot avoid dealing with!
Despite the anger, hurt, loss and pain that follows the breakdown of a relationship, parents always want to do the best for their children. Let’s face it, no one prepares or is taught how to divorce well!
Some couples spend literally tens of thousands of dollars to protect their material possessions & on custody battles. In the future they may spend even more on therapy for themselves and their children for many years after. Our children are our greatest investment in life and we know they are more valuable than any possession.
The three biggest factors that impact your child’s wellbeing during and after your separation/divorce, are potentially within your control.
Learn from my own personal car crash of a divorce and 20 years professional experience working with the children of divorce who suffer trauma during and after the breakup of their parent’s relationship.
Here to support and guide you as you maneuver through the minefield. Adjusting your mindset to a win/win/win ideology, will not only help you through the process but is the only true way to a conflict free and child centered divorce.
So if you’re thinking about divorcing your spouse or in the process already, be Proactive rather than Reactive, Divorce Proof Your Child enroll in one of our programmes that ensure the least amount of disruption & removes trauma from the equation for your child Now preventing therapy in the future by promoting & focussing on their healthy development.
Some of the topics covered in our courses.
You & your feelings
Having the “talk”
Things parents do that hurt their children
Answering your child’s tough questions
Facing the finality of the separation
Preparing for “the talk”
Adopt a Collaborative parenting style
Managing leaving day
Develop & support positive parenting
Practicalities & the Parenting Plan
Understanding your child’s emotions
Value of parent-child relationship
Risks & protective factors
Looking to the future
Achieving parenting goals