Category Archives: Coaching

Meet Rosalind Sedacca, CCT: The voice of child centered-divorce

  I’m pleased to introduce Rosalind Sedacca, CCT. Rosalind will be a regular contributor to this blog so be sure to check back here each Monday to read her articles. Here’s a brief biography of Rosalind:   Recognized as The Voice of Child-Centered Divorce, Rosalind Sedacca, CCT, is the author of, How Do I Tell […]

Celebrating Dr. Bruce Fisher

Take the Fisher Divorce Adjustment Scale at http://www.StartRebuilding.com A tribute to the life and work of Dr. Bruce Fisher, author of Rebuilding When Your Relationship Ends and creator of the Fisher seminars, will be held on May 17. This event, Celebrating Dr. Bruce Fisher, coincides with the tenth anniversary of Fisher’s death. It is an […]

Divorced and dating: What about the kids?

 By Karen Alonge As a parenting consultant, I field a lot of phone calls and emails from parents who have done their healing work and are ready to try dating again. They all want to know one thing: What about my kids? My response always starts with this: It’s a great question! And your kids are already blessed by having the […]

Divorce and self-esteem: Seven survival tips

Has divorce affected your self esteem? Find out by taking the Fisher Divorce Adjustment Scale at http://www.DivorceSeminarCenter.com The process of undergoing a divorce can be devastating, and usually the reasons behind deciding to get a divorce, diverse.  The one common denominator among divorce recovery clients I have coached, appears to be low self-esteem.  Rebuilding self-esteem is one […]

Divorce: Putting the children first

Written by: Tom McMahon at kidtips.com   TOO MANY CHILDREN ARE STILL GETTING CAUGHT IN THE CROSSHAIRS OF THEIR PARENTS’ DIVORCE Divorce is difficult enough, but with children it can become quite complicated. At a time when many parents feel immobilized and helpless, they are faced with the task of helping their children through this tough […]