Conversations About Divorce – How To Approach The Most Common Parenting Problems After Divorce
How our children cope with divorce is front and foremost for many parents: none of us want our children to be harmed by the end of our marriage and their future well-being can be a major influence on the timing of divorce.
Parenting after divorce isn’t by definition more difficult than parenting while married but it does often mean that differences between you and your child’s other parent are magnified. Resolving these differences is frequently easier said than done but not allowing them to become a source of conflict is key to your child’s well-being.
Joining Mandy to discuss some proven ways to approach the most common parenting problems after divorce is California-based psychologist, Dr. Erica Reischler. Reischler is the author of the book, What Great Parents Do: 75 Simple Strategies For Raising Kids Who Thrive. Find out more about Dr. Erica’s work at her website DrEricaR.com.
Want to find out more about the impact of divorce on parenting? Download Mandy’s free audio program, What You Need To Know About Parenting And Divorce.