The 7 Shocking Truths Program
Worried About Your Children During Your Divorce?
You may be a parent who is going through the process of getting or has gone through a divorce, you might have even been split up for some time now and are wondering what your kids will turn out like.
I've seen so many people that come in with this concern but don't know how to help them because there isn’t enough information available on post-divorce family life! Especially when it comes to your child’s specific needs.
That's where my guidance comes into play - as someone who's experienced these things myself first hand I'm here today ready to serve you.
I can tell by looking at most adults' attitudes towards children when they enter adulthood whether everything went well during childhood years.
THE LOW ROAD: FIGHTING OUT IN COURT
The thought of a divorce can be stressful and overwhelming. You may feel as though your family's happiness is at stake, but it really comes down to what will be best for the kids in this situation!
Most often than not when parents fight over custody arrangements with their children involved there are two main outcomes. Either both parties get time together or separate periods during which one parent has full involvement; however no matter how much we want them too sometimes these decisions aren't easy ones because they involve putting our dreams on hold while trying to figure out who gets primary residence - where do I live?
There are so many things to consider. Are you an available parent? Or are you just trying to get custody? If you’re resisting shared custody, ask yourself whether the things that you think make your spouse a weak parent are really all that serious. Are you really concerned about your kids, or are you just trying to control things?
KIDS & EMOTIONS
When parents get separated or divorced, it can be an extremely difficult time for their children. They may feel sad and rejected because they no longer have a relationship with either parent in the family anymore.
It is also common that these kids will begin making excuses as to why certain things don't work out between them any more such having dinner together at home every night when previously this was always done without argument from either party involved; there could even come feelings of being left out by one's own siblings which has happened before - I know personally.
Just as you are riding an emotional roller coaster, your children are dealing with feelings that they may never have experienced before. You have an opportunity to affect their future in a positive way by how you deal with their feelings during this vulnerable and difficult time.
How you react when your child is feeling down can have a lasting impact on their future emotions. They may never experience the same level of intense emotion again, so it's important for both parent and kid to work together in order to deal with these difficult times as best they can!
Children will act differently depending on their ages and their unique personalities. While some acting-out behavior is to be expected and of course, some of these behaviors come with the territory at certain ages. You should see a combination of behaviors or things that are looking really extreme or disrupting your family life, it’s probably time to intervene.
Discover How It Feels To Have Everyone In Sync - Set up your family for success!
During the process of divorce, you may be struggling to redefine your relationship with your former spouse as well as helping your child cope with the separation of the family.
Your struggle is probably magnified by anger, pain, and the lack of knowledge regarding how to support yourself and your children during this time.
Co-parenting during and after a divorce is hard. You're struggling with redefining your relationship with your former spouse, and trying to help your child cope too.
It's probably magnified by anger, pain, and the lack of knowledge on how to support yourself and your children during this time.
“The 7 Shocking Truths Live Virtual Program“ can help you meet your challenges head-on. By joining, you have taken the first step and I commend you for it!
I commend you for your willingness to meet your challenges head-on and applaud your efforts as you take steps to positively influence the process of divorce for both yourself and your children.
“The 7 Shocking Truths Live Virtual Program“ offers valuable information about the process of divorce and practical skills necessary to create a two household family. It not only addresses children’s issues associated with divorce, but it focuses on you and your personal struggle to overcome the loss of your marriage.
In addition, the seven steps to a healthier post-divorce relationship will help you create a partnership in parenting with your former spouse on your child’s behalf. No matter how difficult your ex-spouse can be. It begins with you!
You will discover LIVE with DIvorce Coach Nancy, an expert for the past 23 years on Divorce & HIgh Conflict Divorce & Co-Parenting.
Throughout this LIVE Virtual Course , you will be in the comfort of your own home. And experience hands on with Nancy!
Co Parenting doesn't have to be hard.
With our Virtual Online Co parenting Live Virtual Course, you'll learn everything you need to know about co parenting with ease and confidence.
Plus, our course is confidential so you can attend and participate anonymously if you choose.
Co- parenting can be difficult, especially when your former spouse is toxic.
You may be feeling like you're stuck in a really tough situation. You're not sure what to do or how to make things better for your child.
Co Parenting can help! This course will walk you through the steps you need to take to reduce problems for your child and improve your co-parenting relationship.
Co-parenting with a difficult ex spouse can feel like you're constantly walking on eggshells. One wrong move and the whole thing blows up in your face.
It's hard to stay positive when you're constantly dealing with an ex who seems determined to make your life a living hell.
I'm here to tell you that it is possible to co-parent successfully, even if your ex is difficult. With the right tools and strategies, you can create a peaceful co- parenting relationship that benefits your children and your peace of mind. If you thought getting divorced was tough, wait until you see what it does to your kids. I'm not trying to scare you, but as a divorce coach, I've seen firsthand the devastation that divorce can wreak on a family.
Unfortunately, too many parents are completely unaware of the challenges their children will face when they split up.
So today, I want to share seven shocking truths about divorce that every parent needs to know. Trust me, this is information you don't want to be caught unprepared for.
By the end of “& Shocking Truths Every Parent Should Know About Divorce & Kids,” , you'll have a much better understanding of what your kids are going through and how you can help them cope with this difficult time in their lives.
Abuse does not always involve physical violence
Abuse can be motivated by a need to be in control, to demean, to intimidate, and to put the victim in a position of powerlessness. Abuse can be directed at adults, teenagers, or children.
Several types of abuse can be:
Neglect- Spiritual - Financial - Physical -
Ongoing failure to provide needed age-appropriate care, such as food, clothing, supervision, medical care, and other basic needs for the development of physical, intellectual, and emotional capacities in children.
A child who lives with violence is forever changed, but not forever "damaged." There's a lot we can do to make tomorrow better.
How much do you really know about divorce? If you're like most people, you probably have a pretty limited view of what the process entails. But there's a lot more to it than just splitting up assets and custody arrangements.
Here are seven shocking truths that every parent needs to know about divorce:
1. The emotional impact can be just as devastating as the financial one.
2. It will affect your kids far more than you realize.
3. You will have to make some major lifestyle changes.
4. The process takes a lot longer than you think.
5. You will need to get help from professionals to get through it all.
6 . You might never feel.
7. Moving forward
About Divorce Coach Nancy,
Hey there! It’s me, Nancy…
Every life is packed with stories worth telling, and no one can tell them better than the person who lived them. However, when you sit down to put it all into writing, the blank page is the most intimidating yet inspiring part of any writing project.
You have a record of life filled with good, bad, sad, encouraging, hopeful, painful, and courageous memoir. Your memoir is more than an autobiography that chronicles your existence- it’s your life on a page full of description and dialog, a window of your past.
It requires a kind of courage that few are willing or even able to muster. To say “What I once believed to be a fundamental truth I now see is a misperception on my part.”
Is to literally let go of your own personal history.
To change not only your current behaviors, but to take on a new set of truths that requires you to admit that those old truths were indeed lies.
Lies perpetuated a way of life that almost always led to disaster in one form or another.
This act of owning up to the false beliefs of your past and adopting new truths is a genuine act of courage.
We are all phenomenal human beings with courage inside of us.
Be grateful for each moment of life, even though you are in discomfort. Replace your fears with love, it is a new celestial kind of love that brings about the courage to just be yourself and treasure your own magnificence.
Divorce is one of those moments.
As a result, I did it again! I created an “Online Virtual Course” that is a must if you are a Co-Parent or about to. Some people have taken this course only because they are thinking about Divorce and want to know how to go about Divorce & Kids.
“7 Shocking Truths Every Parent Should Know About Kids & Divorce.” It is an empowering course for your children. They will thank you someday for caring enough for them and the peace of mind that you will not be part of their emotional damage.
My values originate from the purpose of life created by God. It begins with our own families that are extended to an increasingly broken world.
When families break apart for whatever the circumstance.
It does not mean it is all over! It can actually become a “New Beginning” if we do it right for the sake of our children.
“7 Shocking Truths Every Parent Should Know About Divorce & Kids is a 7 step program for healthy Co-Parenting for you & your kids.
It is designed to help you give your children the gift of a strong co-parent relationship and a healthy two-home family. You are truly giving them one of the best gifts a parent can ever give.
Throughout this course, you will be challenged and you will realize how your actions speak louder than words that do harm your children and it will acquire the skills you need to stay child-focused.
7 MODULES - COURSE BEGINS MAY 17 2021
Putting On Your Oxygen Mask
Impact on Divorce & Kids
Parents Are Forever
Two Happy Homes
High Conflict Relationship
Allowing My Child To Love Both Families
What do I get when I sign Up?
SEVEN LIVE ONLINE CLASSES
Ask questions and receive answers on the spot
Chat with other parents & Nancy
Skill Development and discussion
Parent Guide Is Included
Access to our private Facebook group, where you can get answers and feedback from caring parents like yourself.
Parental Forms needed plus resources
Q&A Free coaching questions with Nancy once a week!
If paid in full, you have 4 videos with Worksheets that will prepare you for the LIVE VIRTUAL Course “7 Shocking Truths Every Parent Should Know About Kids & Divorce.”
Plus: Be part of a Special Q&A Panel of DIvorce Professionals with Attorneys, Mortgage Leaders, Certified Accountant, Realtor and YOU CAN ASK them anything ABSOLUTELY FREE!
What Will I Take Away From This course? What Happens Next?
After the course is done you will have an alternative approach, have solutions, and share the process of recreating the home you will begin to love and have the power to influence your child’s well-being positively.