It can be difficult for many families to cope with separation or divorce. Everyone deals with their pain differently, especially children. Even though research shows that many children can adjust, that adjustment happens better when both parents are aware that managing their emotions, using intentional self-care, and learning to talk with each other in ways that create a workable co-parenting relationship are the keys.
Children need parents to cooperate with each other for the best good of everyone. And parents deserve to live with less stress by discovering how to go from conflict to concern for everyone’s mental, emotional, spiritual and physical health. If you are struggling with life after divorce or know other women who are, I invite you to download my gift - Co-Parenting from Hurt to Healthy. Use this valuable information to move forward with7 proven parenting tips and 3 critical secrets I will reveal, so parents can help their children thrive!
To your parenting success and your children’s happiness,
ShaRon Rea, Life and Family Coach The Whole Family Coaching