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I was delighted to have been invited to the House of Commons recently to the launch of the Parents Promise a new HR initiative to support parents going through divorce or separation. Businesses including Asda, Tesco, Metro Bank, PwC and Unilever have partnered with the Positive Parenting […]Read more
Putting your children first I’ve been recently working with a couple who are divorcing and we were looking at how to handle the new roles that both these parents now face whilst going through the transition. One area I discussed with them was accepting that their ex […]Read more
I always tell my clients that divorce is a process not an event and that it is OK to feel that you are wading through treacle some days and feeling more empowered and hopeful in others. It often feels like you take three steps forward and […]Read more
I work with many parents going through separation, divorce or break up as I have a Coaching Programme called “Successful Separation” and recently I have been talking to Collaborative Lawyers about how they can often lessen the stress associated with this very painful process. I believe that […]Read more
1. Stop dwelling on the all the wrongs – who did what, who’s to blame and what you wish you had done differently. 2. Express & release your feelings, but don’t drown in them – give yourself a ten minute time limit – and make that a habit. […]Read more
Here’s some of my media coverage this week. As divorce becomes more and more frequent we ask just how much of an effect it can have on our children. Some research last week claimed that whilst children of divorced parents are more likely to become binge drinkers […]Read more
Here in today’s Huffington Post Jamie Lee Curtis speaks out about the media’s role and responsibility to the children of famous parents going through divorce. I coach many parents, who are not so famous , but who are also are struggling to put the interests of their children […]Read more