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Co-parenting with your ex can be one of the harder aspects of divorce. And unlike all the other parts, it is ongoing, long after the decree absolute.
This event is designed for people who are going through the process, giving tips, advice and views from the other side – stuff you need to know in the long term.
Despite what you may be feeling now, things can change rapidly over the course of divorce and afterwards – and with the right mindset, it can change for the better. But sometimes you might have to have a strategy for the short term to adhere to when emotions run high.
Marcie Shaoul is one of a handful of people in the whole of the UK who specialises in co-parenting through a separation.
She has coached hundreds of parents who never imagined they could form a parenting team.
It isn’t easy, but it can be done.
We are thrilled to have Marcie with us for an hour to talk us through her experience of people’s parenting issues.
- telling the children about your separation
- the dilemma of needing space from your ex and not having it
- the principle of playing the long game
- common divorce parenting pitfalls
- dealing with difficult exes
- what power do you have if an ex is using children as a pawn in their game
- how often you should be in touch with your kids
- MUST do actions
- MUSTN’T do actions
This session is for you, Divorce Club members! So you can email me with any questions you want to ask ahead of the day and during the chat there will be opportunities to ask Marcie more specific questions about your co-parenting dilemmas.
Hope to see you there,
Lucy and Isabelle
HOW TO ATTEND
We meet on Zoom. You will have the opportunity to ask questions or comment in the chat area during the event either publicly or directly via Marcie, or the DC organisers.
To attend the “Co-Parenting Gold Dust” event, you’ll need to be a DC member which is free for the whole of January and just £7.99 per month thereafter. Membership will include weekly online events with experts such as lawyers, financial advisors, coaches, psychologists and mediators; regular social events; an invitation to our private chat area with other divorcees (no more Facebook faux pas) and the chance to connect personally with other members who are going through similar bumps in the road to you.