Tag: children of divorced parents

Parental Alienation: A Call For Action

In an ideal world, there would be no divorce or separation and children would grow up in healthy, happy homes with two loving parents who loved each other and them. Reality tells us that while this sometimes happens, many times it doesn’t and marriages and relationships fail. Children placed in these situations should not only…

Helping Your Child Through Your Divorce

The period following a formal separation involves many life changes and decisions – and all of them have an impact on younger and older children. It is essential for the child’s security that a basis of trust and honesty is built-up between the parents. Even if said trust is difficult and dishonesty has played a…

Now In Paperback: Our Quest For Happily Ever After.

Humans are the most interesting of species. We have the ability to determine our future, analyse the past, and make conscious decisions based on sensory input and the study of human behavior is wide and extensive. That said, when we interact with other human beings in a romantic sense, we often get it wrong and…

Podcast: Make Divorce About The Kids, Not You

When divorce shatters the family structure, parents are often on opposing sides, leaving the children in the middle. Learn what can happen during this stressful time and what parents should and should not do to help their kids cope. For more resources and articles by Dr. Jenner, check the links below: https://www.freefromcodependency.com https://www.boundariesofthesoul.com https://www.drnjenner.com

Make Divorce About The Kids, Not You!

Divorce is an ugly business. Anyone who has been through it will testify to the emotional turmoil associated with it. Even the one who instigated the proceedings can be very badly affected by the process. Apart from the emotional issues, there is the legal and mediation process to deal with. No-one is quite the same…

Available NOW on Amazon Kindle

Our Quest for Happily Ever After. Now Available on Amazon Kindle : BUY HERE Relationships often fail because we forget the fundamentals of human interaction. We forget to listen, we forget to communicate what we are feeling or thinking. We make assumptions without having real evidence in front of us. We blame our conditioning, our…

My New EBook Available Now.

Relationships are the most frustrating, complicated “joint venture” we can ever become involved in. Yet, they are the most rewarding and intriguing experience we can ever have if we get it right with the right person. Building a relationship on the four pillars of trust, honesty, respect, and mutual benefit will virtually guarantee success Find…

On Being A Father…

Being on holiday, I have had some exclusive time with my near two year old, Ryan. With my wife being away on a seminar, we have spent two quality days together. This is very important to me and one can see that it is important for him too. It is also a far cry from…

Change for the better: The role of a Father

As I work longer with clients, it is clear that the parenting style that they were subjected to as a child is extremely important in determining how they see the world. This conditioning is often taken into adulthood and causes dysfunction in relationships and in life generally. The role both parents play is important but new research…