By Rosalind Sedacca, CCT The aftermath of divorce can be a sense of self-discovery or internment in a self-made prison of depression and resentment. It’s all about our acceptance of what is and determination to use the divorce as a pathway to a new and better life. The good news: it’s all up to us. We can create an attitude of positive expectation or we can subjugate ourselves to months and years of self-pity and despair down the road. The bad news: it’s not always easy to change our attitude or perspective on life. But if you do, you’ll be rewarded with a happier future for yourself as well as your children. Here are some vital steps to embracing your divorce as a catalyst to a brighter future. Boost your self-esteem. One of the most damaging effects of divorce can be a toll on your self-esteem, especially if you were
If you’re a parent coping with divorce-related issues, professionals around the world are here to provide free gifts and services to you all through January. In recognition of International Child-Centered Divorce Month, we’ve enrolled child-centered divorce mediators, divorce coaches, therapists, financial planners and other professionals on four continents to join this educational campaign. Their goal is to share insights, advice, tips and tools to help you create the most positive outcome for your family as you transition through divorce and beyond.
Divorce Coaches, Divorce Financial Planners and other professionals provide valuable services to parents before, during and after divorce. The following experts have much experience working with parents and provide their expertise with comfort and compassion. I would appreciate your feedback regarding your experience with any of these professionals. Divorce Coaching Services Rosalind Sedacca, CDC Divorce & Co-Parenting Coach [email protected]
www.childcentereddivorce.com www.howdoitellthekids.com Telephone/Skype Coaching Internationally 561 742-3537 Diana Bey Family Peace Inc., 501(c(3) Executive Director, Legal/Patient advocate [email protected]
626-324-8527 Julie Beckerman CPC, ACC Coparenting and Divorce Coach (NY) A Mindful approach to high conflict divorce and coparenting. http://Aspiretogrowth.com [email protected]
Susan Korb Bernstein, EdD, CDC Pre Divorce and Post Divorce Transition & Recovery Coach http://www,DivorceCoachPlus.com [email protected]
551-444-2609 telephone or video call (national and international) or in person (NY tristate area) day, night, weekend availability Karen Bigman, CDC, Certified Divorce Coach www.thedivorcierge.com The Divorcierge Karen @thedivorcierge.com 646 612-7800 Divorce telephone coaching Worldwide
The third annual recognition of National Child-Centered Divorce Month will take place throughout July across the United States. Everyone who plays a part in the divorce world – including therapists, attorneys, mediators, financial planners, coaches, educators, clergy and others – are encouraged to participate. Divorced parents are also invited to get their message heard about legal and co-parenting issues. The goal is spreading the word about viable alternatives available to divorcing parents to help them make the best decisions on behalf of their children. National Child-Centered Divorce Month was initiated by Rosalind Sedacca, a Certified Corporate Trainer and author of the acclaimed ebook, How Do I Tell the Kids about the Divorce? A Create-a-Storybook Guide to Preparing Your Children -- with Love! Sedacca is founder of the Child-Centered Divorce Network for parents and works closely with a broad group of therapists, attorneys, mediators, divorce coaches, educators and other professionals who