Divorce is a process NOT an event.
Despite divorce being on the increase around the world, parents often feel at a loss when searching for practical support. They also feel overwhelmed, confused, afraid, resentful, or completely frozen in panic about how to handle the changes in their family’s way of life.
Sometimes this fear manifests itself as animosity, which turns the whole divorce process into a battle, with children trapped in the middle and feeling powerless.
And the reason I know is that I have been through this experience myself with my children so I know first hand how you feel.
But I want you to remember: Divorce is a process not an event and divorce needn’t be like this.
You can make positive, healthy choices during this very emotional time and make the transition less painful for everyone.
I’ve worked with many parents going through divorce and one of the main worries is how to tell the children about what is going to happen and what to actually say to them and how to nurture them through the very painful, and often traumatic, process without damaging their self esteem and self confidence irreparably...read my article
Why breaking up needn't be so hard to do
As you know I have a Coaching Programme called “How to Handle Divorce, Separation and Break Up Positively."
I am keen to spread the word to parents going through divorce, separation or break-up about Collaborative Law as a more child-centred way to handle this very challenging experience and time of change.
So here is an article in The Daily Mail about handling divorce through the Collaborative Process.
After being told by her husband that he wanted a divorce, Martha Roberts braced herself for a courtroom battle. But thanks to collaborative law, the process was as swift and amicable as possible...read my article
This link will take you through to my One Page Profile Process which eases the pain of transition for families...read more