Coping with divorce?
After a recent divorce, her two kids were screaming, crying and acting out, her daughter sometimes cried for nine hours a day.
Coping? Not really.
Kristen was hard on them, and harder on herself.
Even therapy didn’t work, so a parenting philosophy like Hand in Hand was the last thing she thought would help.
She was wrong.
Find Peace in Your Parenting After Divorce
Hand in Hand’s tools brought dramatic change to Kristen's family. She learned how to see through her kids' “crazy” behavior to the deep hurt causing it, and she found she could heal that hurt using the tools.
Today her kids are teens. And they are also a tight, bonded, happy unit.
If you’re coping with life after divorce, find out how you can use the tools to reach your kids. How to hold them. How to anchor them.
Learn how Kristen dealt with custody transitions, differing parenting styles, and upsets that came with separation.
And learn how she navigated Special Time and Staylistening as a single parent.
If you are separated or divorced, if you are co-parenting or raising your kids mostly on your own, if you feel isolated, or live with a partner whose parenting style is drastically different to yours, there's support for you in this week’s podcast.
Listen to How to Keep Your Family Strong and Loving after Divorce
More Resources for Parenting After Separation or Divorce
Helping Children with Divorce or Separation is a wonderful resource.
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