One result of careful planning is fewer mistakes. The parenting plan enhances understanding between a child’s parents and encourages discussion. It is a baseline that you can use to document your understandings. It keeps you – not a stranger – in the position of making decisions about your child’s life. Sometimes it is tempting toContinue reading “How can we create a parenting plan during a divorce?”
A good plan becomes a living blueprint that both parents can follow, change when needed and use as a point of reference when they have differences of opinion. A well developed plan also serves as a tiebreaker when parents disagree and thus reduces conflict and improves the chances of increasing happiness for everyone involved. TheContinue reading “Parenting Blueprints”
Planning for a child means looking ahead to the obvious changes that will occur. What schools will your child attend? Do you need to make arrangements for them now? Are you saving money for the child’s advanced education? Do you have life insurance in place to make sure that the child is supported if theContinue reading “Why divorcing parents should create a parenting plan instead of just a parenting schedule?”
During Valentine’s Day, the day to show love, the Tranquil Divorce Program reminds us how children need to know both parents love them, especially children with separated parents. Reassure your child that both parents love them. Like our page for additional coparenting reminders.
One of the very first steps in the Tranquil Divorce program is to learn that Divorce is the dissolution of the legal contract between a married couple. As we learn that Breakthrough Parenting techniques how divorce means the transforming of a family, not the ending of the family. When parents separate, their family isn’t broken.Continue reading “What is Divorce?”
You are most likely to blame for your children not wanting to share with their siblings. In fact most parents set rules on what may be touched and when. Children learn that there are boundaries and that they need to set the rules straight over their own belongings. So now what? Practice making family rulesContinue reading “Practice Sharing”