How to protect your children in a high conflict divorce Divorcing a high conflict personality brings a whole load of additional stress and challenge to the divorce process. And if you’re a parent, your children’s welfare will be top of your list of worries. In...
How to support your child’s mental health through divorce My clients who are parents worry about one thing above all else. Their children. Whether the divorce is putting them in an unmanageable situation. Whether you are causing long-lasting trauma. And...
Divorcing? You’re Not ruining your children’s lives! For my clients who are parents, there’s usually one big fear at the top of their list of questions about divorce. “Am I ruining my child’s life?” And my answer to that question is a firm no....
How To Support Your Children During Divorce Supporting your children during divorce is probably your number one priority. For many women, the effect on the children is their number one worry as they consider divorce. And your children may react in a multitude of ways....
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Making Summer Holiday Plans For Children When You Separate Getting your family summer holiday booked always needed a plan – usually months in advance. Where to go that suits everyone, when, making sure everything’s booked in time… But how do you make summer...
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