Divorce is on the rise and more people than ever need guidance around healthy communication and respectful negotiation whether they desire to remain in relationship or exit to realize a successful co-parenting experience
Let’s be honest… even good relationships can be stressful and overwhelming at times. When you love one another, you sometimes forget that it takes effort to continually grow with your partner.
Other times you come to the conclusion that too much has transpired and what you now need is a successful co-parenting strategy that will help bridge the gap between the love you once had and a new respect for one another as individuals.
In this busy world sometimes you forget about what’s really important, focusing instead on lashing out at your partner because you are hurt and in pain. When you get stuck in your own stress and worries, you are unable to be fully present for your partner and/or children in the way you want to be and in which they deserve. Even if you now realize your partner is toxic, there is hope to create a successful co-parenting relationship that is better for your children (read Co-Parenting with a Toxic Personality Type).
Are you’re ready to do something about this? I can help!
Mindful Coupling, Uncoupling & Coparenting
Divorce can be a traumatic experience for everyone involved. Avoiding divorce while feelings of resentment and erosion of trust remain can thwart even the most loving, well partnered people. Whether you decide your marriage is over or you are willing to do whatever it takes, the responsibility of taking care of your children and raising them the best you both can remains.
Maybe you are reading this at just the right moment and you want support to get back on track in your marriage. Or perhaps you require to confidently tackle navigating divorce or separation while juggling the challenge of raising your children in two homes. Even if your partner is difficult, controlling or manipulative and you have lost yourself in the relationship, do not fret – you are not alone! If you are afraid to leave the relationship because you fear how challenging co-parenting can be, I can help!
The good news is the latest neuroscience research has identified you can develop new neural pathways at any age, creating new patterns of behavior and ways of relating to each other even if the relationship itself has been traumatic. This means that you can release old habits, set healthy boundaries (even in toxic relationships) and intentionally create new, more beneficial behaviors creating healthy ways of relating to your ex while also being in alignment with the best interest of yourself and your children.
I’ll help you to:
- learn effective communications strategies that honor both of you as individuals and a team
- recognize toxic patterns and behaviors and mitigate the effects on you (and your children)
- heal from heartache and repair your relationship
- make the joint decision to put your children first
- figure out a co-parenting plan which works for both of you
- be mindful and respectful in what you say and do
- stay calm while managing conflict and stressful situations
- be aware of how your behavior affects your children
- practice self-care to help with healing and recovery after divorce
As your coach, I’ll guide you to heal those feelings of brokenness and loss. I’ll teach you how to move from angry, hurt partners to constructive, successful partners and co-parents!
Schedule a Breakthrough Session below or reach me during office hours on the Owwll app to discuss the issues you are facing and how I can help you work through them with ease.