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The first week back after Christmas is just one of the times when lots of couples decide to divorce. The catalyst is spending so much time together over the festive season. It can either make or break a relationship. But also parenting through a pandemic has been […]Read more
Divorce is stressful for parents and children alike and although reactions will depend on a child’s age, temperament, and the circumstances surrounding the split, many children feel sad, frustrated, angry, and anxious — and it’s not uncommon for them to become naughty at home or at school […]Read more
Work with me through your divorce Week 1: Where You Are Now – financially, emotionally and mentally Telling The Children The Parenting Plan of Assurances Discipline Me time Week 2 What you want Clarity, direction and ways practical ways forward Objectives, Goals and The Magic Wand Exercise […]Read more
I have been working with a Mum going through a difficult divorce who has 3 children. She is bitter, angry and furious that her husband had an affair with his young secretary and split the family up. She is incandescent that […]Read more
Divorced parents are often in denial about how badly the break-up has damaged their children, a survey has found. More than three quarters believed their children had ‘coped well’ – even though just 18 per cent of youngsters said they were happy with the situation. Many parents […]Read more