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Are you ready to date again? If you're not sure--or not sure how to jump back into the dating arena--don't miss this episode. Our guest Mandy Walker is a divorce writer, mentor and coach. Following her own divorce in 2007, Mandy founded SinceMyDivorce.com where she shares stories from women about every aspect of divorce and life after divorce. In 2011, Mandy wanted to start dating but was petrified – she hadn’t kissed anyone besides her husband in twenty years! Mandy discovered the Fit4love coaching program and that gave her confidence to start. Mandy went on to become a certified Fit4love coach and is now their Operations Manager.
Mandy will talk with us about how co-parents can assess their readiness to date, about sex and dating, and about dating with kids in the mix. Whether you're not quite ready to test the dating waters, or if your dating life isn't quite where you want it to be, we hope you'll join us for this lively and informative conversation!
Parenting children is one of the most, if not the most important job in the world. No matter what the circumstances, parenting comes with its ups and downs. What can make the task even more challenging is when the two people parenting are seperated, divorced or simply do not like one another. Join host Cherise Taylor as she discusses 7 ways for parents to successfully co-parent without putting the child in the middle.
Doctor G (Deborah Gilboa, MD) empowers parents around world to confidently raise children who will grow up to become people they respect and admire. On this episode of "Co-Parenting Matters," she'll discuss ways co-parents can combat guilt and equip their kids to thrive, from toddlerhood to young adulthood.
Doctor G is a mom of 4 and a Pittsburgh-based Board Certified Family Physician. A highly sought-after, internationally-known speaker, she offers a signature individualized workshop, “How to Get the Behavior You Want, Without Being the Parent You Hate," and is the author of Teach Resilience: Raising Kids Who Can Launch and Teach Responsibility: Empower Kids with a Great Work Ethic (February 2013). With humor and practical wisdom, Doctor G is a wonderful resource for parents seeking to raise resilient, respectful, responsible children.
Co-parenting after a divorce, even an amicable divorce, is difficult at best. How do two people who don't like each other any more learn to work together? Parenting with someone you love is hard, so how much harder is it with someone you don't care for anymore? How do you overcome the challenges and focus on the child?
Join me and my guests, Barbara Lamsens and Jennifer Acker from the Parenting Center in Fort Worth. We'll be talking about co-parenting and how it is different, what the children think throughout the experience, and how to know when you might need some training in co-parenting skills.
Plaid for Women Radio is talk radio for women. We don't talk about 'typical' talk radio topics - we talk about the Business of Life.
Join us as we explore relationships, wor, communication, behavior, time management, sexuality and more.
Can Co-Parenting help you stay married?
Do you feel that getting a divorce is the only answer to your constant disagreements with your spouse over child-related issues?
Dr. Arline Kerman, the Host and Creator of The Parents Hour, will discuss these and other issues relating to co-parenting. Please tune in to this show and, if you desire, you may want to call in and participate in the show.
Please check the website, www.georgiachildcustody.com.
This week’s show features our interview with Pat Ryan Lampl, Tish Rabe, and Ann Blumenthal Jacobs, authors of LOVE FOR GROWN-UPS: The Garter Brides' Guide to Marrying For Life When You've Already Got a Life. Pat, Tish, and Ann wrote Love for Grown-Ups to inspire the millions of unmarried American women looking for love later in life, and for those are already in blended families.This guide is full of tried-and-true advice from women who “found lasting love and happiness after their 35th birthdays had come…and gone.” And you know we want to talk about the joys and challenges that come when these “garter brides” marry co-parenting dads. So join us for a lively chat about dating and marrying while co-parenting. Topics include introducing significant others to your children; weddings; and of course, His Ex. (Wonder why they’re called “The Garter Brides”? Watch here and find out.)
Hello, my name is Jennifer and I'm a writer and speaker who specializes in Humanistic Leadership and Humanistic Parenting topics.
Humanism is a highly effective approach to human development. In fact it is the most humane and holistic approach to ethical philosophy humanity has ever devised.
I am the author of: -The Humanist Approach to Happiness: Practical Wisdom -Jen Hancock's Handy Humanism Handbook -The Bully Vaccine -The Humanist Approach to Happiness Life Skills Course
I am currently working on a book about Humanistic Business Management
I write a freelance column about Humanism for the Bradenton Herald Newspaper. I publish the Happiness through Humanism blog and podcast.
Our guests, co-parents Alison DeNio and Wes Hamilton, are a former couple and co-creators of "The Divorce Revolution," a theatrical play based on the experiences of several divorced couples as they travel through life as divorced parents and finally discover the possibilities in co-parenting. Wes and Alison created and perform this play for communities in hopes of sparking conversation and introducing new perspectives on post-divorce family life.
Not all parents can manage a co-parenting relationship in which there is a true coordinated parenting partnership. But, that doesn't mean that parents can't still find a peaceful co-existence along the co-parenting continuum that allows their children to thrive...and keeps them out of one another's paths. This week we'll talk about parallel parenting with our guest, Kerri Wall, founder of the blog, Off the Wall. Through her site, Keri shares the challenges, victories and insights she experiences in her own parallel parenting relationship with her son's father. Join us for a discussion about a parenting arrangement that often works well for many parents who are better off keeping their distance from one another to minimize the impact their conflict could have on the children they love.
Parenting adolescents is hard work in general, but what unique challenges come with parenting teens across two households? We'll be joined by Annie Fox, an educator, award-winning author, and online adviser to teens and their parents. Annie helps teens get what they need for healthy social/emotional development. We'll also be joined by Samantha Gregory, mom of a 14-year-old daughter (and younger son), who founded RichSingleMomma.com to empower her fellow single mommas to overcome personal obstacles and to become joyful and prosperous. We hope you'll join the conversation as well!
This week's guest is Nikki Knepper, author of the popular blog and Facebook page, "Mom's Who Drink and Swear". Nikki is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor whose blog became the basis for her first book, “Moms Who Drink and Swear: True Tales of Loving My Kids While Losing My Mind.” Nikki is known for her commitment to using her vast and diverse audience to raise awareness and funds for charitable organizations. Her unique style of writing weaves common sense, healthy psychology, and humor into her