If you're still reading, it means you're not yet convinced. Here are some REAL families who have benefited from working with me ...
"I attended a Co-parenting workshop today and Kirsty was brilliant in helping everyone deal with a difficult, and at times traumatic, period of our lives. She had real-life strategies for dealing with communication issues, parenting and of course.. the relentless conflict. Kirsty helped me feel confident about the future. Kirsty clearly has so much knowledge, training and experience in these issues, and the fact she has experienced co-parenting issues in her own life meant she knew exactly what we are going through and wasn't just preaching from a text book, she is amazing at what she does and I can't thank you enough Kirsty. PS: I have already started reading the book you suggested." Caron
I have launched the 52 Tips Program because not everyone has a full day to devote to making their co-parenting different. Everyone learns differently, and sometimes it's better to have small amounts of information, in order to have the biggest impact.
"Kirsty has helped me navigate a very complex situation concerning my now adult daughter and a very hostile situation with my ex. Her advice and genuine desire for the very best outcome for all parties especially the children is absolutely clear. Unbiased, direct, but easy to listen to. I used her wisdom to change my own behaviour and reactions as I have zero control over the other parties. Life is much easier and less stressful using her strategies." Kirsty-Anne
The 52 Tips Program is a weekly commitment to doing things differently. The tips in the program have helped me but also many others, to change the way they experience separation and divorce.
"I was in a situation with my ex where we couldn't agree on anything. Every communication was difficult. With support from Kirsty I was able to totally change the situation to a point where we can reach agreement about everyday things as well as important issues. We still have moments, but I now have the skills to facilitate our communication and I'm no longer anxious at the mere prospect of having to discuss something". Belinda
You don't have to be friends with your ex in order for the co-parenting to be peaceful. You don't even need to like each other, to be able to share joint experiences with your children. It would be great if you could be parenting allies, but even if your ex can't bring themselves to be reasonable, you can still make things different.
How do you want your kids to feel when they look back on this period of their life? When they're 25yo, and think about the time in their life when their mum and dad separated, what do you want them to feel? What do you want them to associate with these years? Fear? Anger? Anxiety? Confusion? Or something else?
It is possible for children to reflect on their parents divorce and feel safe, loved and secure. You can create this for your children and the 50 Tips program can help you get there.
You just need to do some things differently than how they are currently. The 52 Tips Program will show you exactly how to make things different.
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