Helping your children thrive during and after the divorce journey.

  • 18 Ways to Support Children Who Witness Domestic Violence – Exposure to trauma can lead to long-term effects in children. An estimated 15.5 million children in the U.S. live in a household where partner violence has occurred at least once in the last year, with 7 million of those children witnessing severe violence
  • Conscious Parenting with Dr. Shefali Tsabary and Lewis Howes – Dr. Shefali is a keynote speaker who presents at conferences and workshops around the world. Some of the venues at which Dr. Shefali has presented are: Wisdom 2.0, TEDx, Kellogg Business School, The Dalai Lama Center for Peace and Education, and many more. Author of the The Conscious Parent, Out of Control and NEWEST BOOK The Awakened Family. Also an International Speaker, and Clinical Psychologist
  • Birds and Bees – Courses that create a safe, engaging environment where parents and children come together to openly discuss the physical and emotional changes leading toward, and including, adolescence.
  • Parenting After Divorce – 9 Ways to Parent on Your Own Terms
  • Aha! Parenting – Resources for connecting with your child from toddler to the teenager
  • Mister Rogers – Innovative ideas through a wide variety of media, while engaging new generations of children and families with his timeless wisdom.
  • Up to Parents – Free help for separated, divorced, and never-married parents. Because peace for children is success for parents.
  • Sesame Street Divorce Toolkits – Helping you talk through tough topics with your children to help them grow and thrive
  • Online Parenting – Offers court ordered online parenting classes
  • The Brutally Honest Truth About Kids and Divorce: What and How to Tell Them You Are Getting Divorced

    After 15 years of marriage, my college sweetheart and I separated and divorced shortly thereafter. Betrayal was deeply set, my heart felt beaten and pain throbbed. We had two young boys – 10 and 7.  Separation would mean agreeing to forfeit half of my presence and not getting to kiss my boys every night before bed. It would mean that, 100% of the time, our kids would be missing one of their parents.

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