An amazing thing happens after divorce. Life goes on.
And it goes on whether you're ready or not.
How it goes on is vastly different from family to family. At one extreme you have parents that continue to spend movie nights and holidays together, parents who have cherished roles in new marriages, and who play a part in raising half-sisters and brothers. At the other, you have children who are wounded over and over again by parents engaged in a bitter battle to win.
Co-parenting after divorce is a reimagining of the family story. The marriage ends but the family continues.
70% of children are negatively impacted by divorce
When everything about the process of divorce is designed to be adversarial, how do you the navigate the transition so that your children aren’t a statistic?
One of the biggest challenges to co-parenting can be working together as a team when that may have been one of the reasons you're no longer together. Parents often ask us bluntly, "How am I supposed to co-parent with an a**hole?!?" It's not easy. Our programs focus on what you can control... and it isn't your ex.
Family Transitions, Triple P can help. In this extended 15-hour course, you will gain additional tools to positively move into this new chapter in your life with your children and co-parent.
We can help you celebrate the new normal.
Interested in Family Transitions Triple P? Use our free 20-minute consultation call to clarify your goals and determine whether our programs may be a good match.