Parenting Through Separation Video

As parents we want what is best for our children, we want to keep them safe and we want them close to us.

But what happens in separation and divorce is that sometimes there is a conflict between these two things. 

What if supporting your child’s relationship with your former partner and keeping your child close to you cause a conflict for you?

Numerous studies show that it is in a child’s best interest to have a meaningful relationship with both sides of their family after separation. 

They want their parents to act like grown ups and be adults and put their children’s needs first.  We know that is so much easier said that done.

Find out more about the New Ways for Families Course which is designed to help separating parents avoid becoming high conflict parents.

 


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Joanne Law
Author: Joanne Law

Joanne Law provides family dispute resolution and post separation coaching services for Interact Support.