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January Newsletter: "Sticking with Your New Year's Resolutions"

 

Hey Everyone! This is Susan Regan and I’m back for my first newsletter of 2020! This first newsletter of the year is based on how to follow through with New Year's resolutions.

But first...

I'm now offering online talks and courses through Relationship Solutions Programs. I'm so excited about this, and wanted to share a free talk with you, for those who may be interested and are, perhaps, "Deciding: To Stay or Separate." Click here to view the FREE talk!

OK, now back...

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Demystifying Divorce Series: From Deciding to Parenting Plans

Susan Regan, MFT, a seasoned family therapist, certified mediator and founder of Solutions Therapy & Mediation and Relationship Solutions Programs presents her expert talk series “Demystifying Divorce.”

Through talks with various industry experts, Susan explores key aspects of the divorce process — from making the decision to divorce or separate, all the way through to creating effective parenting plans and successfully co-parenting.

In these four talks, Susan and her...

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Demystifying Divorce Series: "Managing Conflict in Separation"

CHANDLER HOFFMAN AND SUSAN REGAN, TWO SEASONED DIVORCE PROFESSIONALS FROM THE BAY AREA, TALK ABOUT

DEMYSTIFYING DIVORCE:
MANAGING CONFLICT IN SEPARATION

How do you know it’s time to engage a professional to get you through your divorce, work through the conflict, and make sure your children have healthy relationships with both parents? Perhaps you’ve already tried to work it out between you, and don’t want to invoke the courts — but you’re still dealing with...

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November Newsletter: "Self Care"

HELLO, AND WELCOME TO MY NOVEMBER NEWSLETTER. 

I’m Susan Regan, and today, I’m talking about “self-care.”

I’m speaking to those of you, who are working on being better in your daily life.

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Just want the audios? Here you go:

Be Better in Your Daily Life
Deciding to Divorce
Co-Parenting
Strengthening Your Couple Relationship

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WATCH THE FULL VIDEO

BEING BETTER IN YOUR DAILY LIFE:

WATCH THE VIDEO

I know that self-care may seem...

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Demystifying Divorce Series: "Deciding to Separate"

CINDY ELWELL AND SUSAN REGAN, TWO SEASONED DIVORCE PROFESSIONALS FROM THE BAY AREA, TALK ABOUT

DEMYSTIFYING DIVORCE: DECIDING TO SEPARATE

Divorce and separation can be extremely daunting and involve complex decisions and processes — and the way these play out has changed dramatically over the past decade. Couples and parents, today, are handling separation and decisions to live independently much differently than has been typical in years past.

Cindy Elwell, Founder of Divorce with...

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Co-Parent Counseling and Personality Types

When there is personality conflict,
it’s invaluable to have the help of a neutral third party
– someone who understands how divorce impacts everyone,
including parents and kids.

Co-parent Counseling benefits include:

  • Keeping focused on the children
  • Understanding kids’ developmental needs
  • Helping kids adjust to the transition
  • Providing a neutral and emotionally safe place for parents to create a new relationship, based on the best interests of their kids.

Co-parent Counseling...

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Do’s and Don’ts of Divorce

Families don’t end in divorce- they change. There’s a lot of adjustment. Sometimes figuring out how to share parenting responsibilities brings up old issues from the marriage. Despite this, it is important that you both put your kids’ needs first.

Co-parenting Counseling helps parents restructure time. You will learn to adjust to custody arrangements and how to set up space in each home to make kids feel secure. You will also learn to set healthy boundaries so everyone feels...

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10 Things to Do to Have an Amicable Divorce

Now What?

Well, you’ve come to the decision that you have to divorce and you really want to get through this as peacefully as possible without spending your life savings. Just remember that as long as you and your spouse are in agreement, you can pretty much do whatever you want—it’s just a matter of figuring out the best strategy to get through the court system. Here are some things you can do to avoid litigation and get your process through your local court system.

First...

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Ways to Avoid Putting Your Child in the Middle When Going Through Divorce

This is an excerpt from the book Cooperative Parenting and Divorce: Shielding Your Child from Conflict — A Parent Guide to Effective Co-Parenting by Susan Boyan and Ann Termini. This book is dedicated to protecting the emotional health of your children from the difficulty in the transition process of divorce. I highly recommend it for further advice on the subject.

Do not talk badly about my other parent. (This make me feel torn apart! It also makes me feel
bad about myself!)

Do not talk...

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Understand the emotional impact of separation

What bad habits did you get into in your long-term relationship? Often times I’ve heard folks say that their long term relationship changed them. They stopped doing things that made them feel happy and they experience less joy. In long term relationships we sometimes question why we were together and where things fell apart. Did we give up on our own lives? Was it impossible to find happiness with our mate, or was it both? Often times the habits of not communicating, losing interest in...

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