Children’s Awareness Month: a Wakeup Call for Divorcing Parents

By Rosalind Sedacca, CCT June is Children’s Awareness Month. The U.S. government’s Center for Mental Health Services created this annual campaign to increase public awareness about the importance of protecting and nurturing the mental health of young people. Certainly it’s an ideal time to reflect on how we – individually and as a culture — really…

Helping Children Cope With Divorce: Avoiding the 10 Biggest Mistakes Divorced Parents Make!

Some parents think once they are divorced and most of the decisions have been made, the worst is behind them. Unfortunately, parenting after divorce is a week by week experience. Your success depends on the decisions you make, your attitude toward your situation and your compassion for your innocent children. You may have heard it…

Coping with Co-Parenting Challenges After Divorce: Keep the Kids in Mind

As a Divorce & Parenting Coach I’m often asked “What is the key to successful co-parenting after divorce?” That’s the million dollar question. And while there is no simple answer, I believe most professionals will agree the smartest strategy is learning how to co-parent respectfully. That means remove anger, hostility or vindictiveness from your interactions…