Me and Sue Atkins jumped on Twitter today for an impromptu #finkchat to talk about the launch of Co Parenting After Divorce
It was great to speak to Sue, she is so generous with her time and has plenty of great resources on her web site.
Here are the highlights from today’s conversations
It’s not divorce that causes the most amount of harm to children but the levels of conflict they experience between their parents.
48 conversations cards to help divorced and separated parents
- communicate more effectively
- bring up children free from anger and resentment
- put aside differences and focus on raising children to be happy, confident and resilient
A divorce or separation can be a difficult time for everyone, including your children and other family members. Although you are no longer together, you are still parents and it’s vital that you put aside your differences and focus on raising your children to be happy, confident & resilient, together, despite living apart.
Use these cards to help you communicate more effectively so you can bring up your children free from anger, resentment and animosity.
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