Dating advice to women from psychologists

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Tune in and you will also receive his free e Book which includes the bill of rights and other tips and strategies.

If you have kids, you do not want to miss this show!

() • Can your ex-spouse still make the medical decisions for you after divorce?

() Alison Besunder | W: (212) 584-1139 E: [email protected] Francis | W: 212-374-9008 E: [email protected](Listen to more shows by Journey Beyond Divorce here.) __________________________________________________________________________________ In today’s show we discuss how to choose the best legal approach with your children’s mental and emotional health front and center.

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We have these images of perfect family holidays, yet your own family is coping with a situation that is anything but perfect. Larry Friedberg, provides advice to help get you through the holidays.

I know things may be very rough for you right now, but I want you to understand I have been there and gotten beyond that.

Derek spent 24 years of active duty service, with 9 combat deployments. Darek’s passion for healing marriages stems from personal experience and his childhood influences. In order to navigate any journey successfully we need to be well equipped.

He’s also the recipient of the Bronze Star with Valor. Darek’s exposure to self-help as a child forced him to understand what happened to his family, and after his own marriage collapsed, he spent the better part of a decade learning what happened and how to use his own experience for the greater good – keeping other families intact. The Divorce Toolkit prepares you to successfully traverse the emotional storm of divorce with resource that help you determine when you are off course, in danger zones or on the right track.

Today’s show focuses on your children and how you can parent through divorce in a way that protects them from the animosity between you and your spouse and honors their rights. Mark Banschick, a child psychiatrist who share the negative impact and long term affects children experience when parents do not protect them from the hostility. Banschick discusses why we tend to act out and react without filters in front of our children and how hard this season is for mom’s and dad’s to navigate consciously.

After explaining why it makes sense, he offers specific strategies for curbing destructive conversations with your kids. Banschick provides us with a Child’s Bill of Rights to guide us.

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