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Rosalind Sedacca
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Rosalind Sedacca, CLC is a Dating In Midlife Expert and Dating & Relationship Coach. She is the co-author of 99 Things Women Wish They Knew Before Dating After 40, 50 & Yes, 60! Rosalind facilitates workshops, webinars and telesemainrs on dating and relationships for single women and men and is a blogger for the Huffington Post and many other websites and blogs on relationship issues. Check out her Business Listing on IMO here - https://ivemovedon.com/business-directory/rosalind-sedacca/

5 Steps To A Brighter Future After Divorce

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6 Big DON’TS When Discussing Divorce With Your Children!

Preparing to break the news to your kids that you’re divorcing their other parent?  Feeling insecure about how to broach the subject? Wondering how much to share before, during and after

Managing Anger & Other Co-Parenting Challenges

Anger is a natural consequence of a relationship breakup or divorce. But not all anger is the same and it’s important to understand how anger is affecting not only your

My Story: From Divorced To Divorce Coach – It’s All About the Kids!

Divorced was not a world I ever expected to be part of. I was a writer by profession. And like you, I never anticipated becoming a divorced parent. Briefly, here’s

From My Own Divorce To Helping Parents Create a Child-Centered Divorce — That Protects The Children You Love!

I’ve faced many difficult moments in my life. But preparing to tell my son that I will be divorcing his father was absolutely one of the worst. Thinking about breaking

Understanding Children’s Emotional Needs During Divorce

When parents are caught up in the drama of divorce it is easy for them to forget the emotional and security needs of their innocent children. The following are a

International Child-Centered Divorce Month

Divorce Experts Commemorate International Child-Centered Divorce Month in January With Advice, Support and Resources For Parents Coping With Divorce Does Divorce Scar Children – Or Do Poor Parenting Choices Do