Want the latest feedback and perspectives from founder of the Child-Centered Divorce Network, Rosalind Sedacca, CCT? Sedacca, the author of How Do I Tell the Kids about the Divorce? A Create-a-Storybook Guide to Preparing Your Children – with Love! is now a regular contributor to the popular blog, Basil & Spice.
Every week Rosalind provides her insights on divorce and parenting issues – many posts based on current news headlines generating buzz around the world. She also provides advice, useful suggestions and valuable information related to divorce legislation, effective co-parenting, communication skills and the effects of divorce on children. Her columns can be found under Love and Relationship at //www.basilandspice.com/love-and-relationships/.
Basil & Spice (//www.basilandspice.com) features blog posts on a broad spectrum of subjects of popular interest, including health, fitness, finances, weight loss, environmental issues and mind/body balance. Founder Kelly Jad’on says, “The world is rapidly changing and it is my belief that every person who plays an active role at Basil & Spice is making a difference in the world and within him or herself.”
“I’m proud to be affiliated with Basil & Spice and to share valuable information that can have a positive affect on families faced with separation or divorce,” says Sedacca. “It’s all about putting children’s needs first when making divorce-related decisions. We need to educate parents, the community and our judicial system about the consequences of divorce done wrong. With awareness comes change. Working together we can give children the love, safety and security they need and deserve to help them thrive even when divorce touches their lives.”
Sedacca also has a free weekly Child-Centered Divorce ezine with commentary on all facets of divorce and parenting. Parents are invited to subscribe and learn more about her book and coaching services at www.childcentereddivorce.com.
Thank you very much I found some articles useful here. I’ve come along way since my divorce and am mostly happy that the kids are well taken care of and that I get part custody of them as well. The two things I was mainly concerned with.