Are you in the middle of a separation or a sticky divorce, and you’re pretty much at your wit's end because you can’t handle the divorce and this crisis at the same time? I’m going to give you a few tips on how you can compartmentalize the stressors so that you can still function.
I'm also offering 4-week workshops (once per week, confidential video conferences) for those who may be dealing with divorce and separation during this health crisis. You can learn more here if...
Sometimes, stress and crisis points bring out the weaknesses in relationships. You might not have the energy to handle the big stuff now, but here are a few tips that will keep you on track so that you can count on each other during this time.
Sometimes when we feel so taxed ourselves, we can’t reach out and help other people. Sometimes, however, helping other people will really ease our own pain. Here are a few steps to think about how you might be able to help in the ways that won’t drain you.
If you are in a co-parenting arrangement and you find yourself worrying about your kids whenever they’re not with you (e.g., have they washed their hands enough, have they gone into public places, is the other parent taking all the precautions you think they should?) -- I want you to set your mind at ease. Think about the united parenting approach and how you can set-up this situation so that you won’t be worrying all the time.
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Are you wondering what to do to keep yourself stable? Do a lot of people count on you, but you find it hard for you to be even present for yourself? Is your survival mode triggered and you’re not quite sure what the future will hold for you? This talk will help you get a few tips to work through these situations. Give it a try -- it can only help during this time.