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 the Damage?
Boynton Beach, FL: That’s the question Rosalind Sedacca, CDC has been answering for the past decade as Founder of the Child-Centered Divorce Network. Sedacca speaks out for children of divorce. She helps parents understand how divorce affects children so they avoid mistakes and make better post-divorce parenting decisions.
To commemorate International Child-Centered Divorce Month the entire month of January is devoted to alerting parents about crucial single parenting and co-parenting issues to safeguard the wellbeing of their children during and long after a separation or divorce.
Divorce coaches, attorneys, mediators, therapists, financial planners and parenting experts provide complimentary educational material for parents, including ebooks, coaching services, videos, audio programs and other valuable resources. Parents who are contemplating divorce, divorcing or transitioning after divorce can access this material at a special website available throughout January: http://www.divorcedparentsupport.com/ebook.
Parents will also find listings of free workshops, expert interviews and other special events during January on the Events Calendar at the same website.
Rosalind Sedacca will be providing complimentary audio interviews filled with helpful advice and strategies from child-centered divorce experts.
“Our purpose is education and mistake prevention. We want to encourage respectful co-parenting, teach effective communication skills, and guide parents away from litigation and toward collaboration, and cooperative, mediated solutions whenever possible,” Sedacca says.
Another example, Azmaira Maker, PhD, author of Family Changes, a book for young children explaining divorce, is offering a complimentary ebook: 10 Golden Rules Protecting Children From Divorce Tug-of-Wars. Maker says, “Parents wonder if there are any buffers to minimize the potentially debilitating effects of divorce. So I provide guidelines for parents and a voice for children through my book and tips.”
Rosalind Sedacca, who initiated Child-Centered Divorce Month, is Founder of the Child-Centered Divorce Network for parents, the author of How Do I Tell the Kids about the Divorce? A Create-a-Storybook Guide to Preparing Your Children — with Love! She is also the host of the Divorced, Dating & Empowered Living radio show and podcast.
During January, for International Child-Centered Divorce Month, parents and divorce professionals can access all the complimentary resources and special events taking place by visiting: http://www.divorcedparentsupport.com/ebook.
Author: How Do I Tell the Kids about the Divorce?
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