Separation and Divorce
Attention: Divorcing Parents
“Discover How Divorce Will Affect You And Your Children, And What You Can Do To Protect Your Children!”
“Do You Find Yourself Asking, ‘How Can I Protect My Children So They Will Not Be Harmed, Hurt And Emotionally
Damaged For Life?'”
Dear Separating or Divorcing Parent,
Let’s cut through the bull… these are scary times. The fear, and uncertainty can be overwhelming. You hear so much about the devastating impact of divorce that it can keep you awake at night.
Having studied the research, and having taught separating parents how to protect their children for over 20 years, there are several “bottom line” facts that you must understand. Read the rest of this page, and you will begin to understand those facts and why it is absolutely critical that you educate yourself first… before the damage is done… not later.
If you are deeply concerned about how to protect your children, make wise decisions, and how to keep your stress from becoming their burden… then this is going to be the most important message you read today. Here’s why:
You Have The Ability To Make A Difference
Not 5 Years From Now… But Today!
I want to give you both a warning, and a reason to have hope. I have read most of the websites that have some popularity when searching for information on the effects of divorce on children. They are all focused on the early conclusions from the 1980’s, where the studies showed devastating effects from divorce.
These early studies were limited in several ways, but the primary problem was that all families were viewed as equal. Thus, very broad generalizations were made that have since proven to be inaccurate.
You see article after article that says that divorce is “like the death of a parent.” Well, that’s just not true for most children going through divorce, WHEN parents handle the separation and divorce with integrity and wisdom.
In fact, we see that divorce is quite devastating when parents handle things poorly, and when children are already at risk (this is fully explained in the Terrific Parenting Through Divorce Manual).
When parents handle things well, divorce seems to be more like breaking a bone… perhaps. NOW NONE OF US WANT THAT. I do not want to minimize the importance of divorce.
It’s just that a broken bone, properly cared for, actually hurts for a while, but as it heals…it becomes stronger than the original bone.
Now that metaphor is a more accurate representation. Handled well, your children can become stronger. You don’t seek divorce. None of us do. It’s just that when divorce is inevitable, our choices make a huge difference.
Your Power To Make A Difference Can Affect
Their Friendships, Their Academic Work, And Their Relationships With You…
For The Rest Of Their Life
My new comprehensive ebook, called, Terrific Parenting Through Divorce covers nearly everything you need to know about the challenges and demands of separation and divorce… including the choices and decisions that threaten your child’s emotional stability, and the relationship your children have with you (and with their other parent).
You will also learn how to speak with honesty, without putting down the other parent, how to discuss the divorce so that no one gets hurt, and how to avoid those dreaded choices that could permanently damage your children!
That’s what this thorough, comprehensive new e-book could help you to do.
Terrific Parenting Through Divorce Is Not Like Any Other Book Or Ebook You Will Find On Separation And Divorce
This Is The Most Advanced Manual For Protecting Your Children From The Burdens Of Divorce That You Will Find
But that’s only the beginning… Why?
Simply, every section in the book is there because “you asked for it.” Well, not “you” really. But from real live questions, from divorcing parents. Questions from parents who were struggling with the challenges and demands of separation and divorce.
They were worried about their children, their choices and how to create stability for their children. They asked how to protect their children, and keep strong relationships for both parents…
These parents also asked how to deal with their own emotions, and keep the children away from negative adult comments and emotions.
You will also learn how to be honest with your children without putting down the other parent, how to discuss the divorce so that no one gets hurt, and how to avoid those major mistakes that could permanently damage your children!.
Even One Of The Above Situations Can Be
Emotionally Harmful To Your Child
If one parent can’t control his or her reactions towards the other parent and to the new situations that result due to the separation or divorce, the child automatically becomes the unintentional victim of added stress and anxiety. Children are smart learners and they sense when their parents are sad or in trouble, and to top it off, they not only worry about it but tend to think that they are the cause of their parent’s pain.
So here’s the tough part: If it’s not clear already, you first have to manage your own emotions, and get that out of the way of your judgment in parenting and co-parenting. If we don’t address this, we just can’t see the damage of our own self-absorbed decisions, and how they can bring about lifelong challenges that aren’t necessary.
Next, if you are like many divorcing parents, you need to learn to exactly what to do, what to say and when to do it…in order to protect your children from the potentially disastrous effects of divorce.
The Reality of Divorce is that Your Children Need You to Co-Parent Better than You ‘Parented’ When You Work Together
And if that isn’t enough, you have to co-parent better NOW… during and after the divorce… than you did while together. This means discussions about schedules, rules, shared responsibilities and working together (when possible and necessary) on consequences and critical teaching moments.
As you go through the co-parenting struggles (trying to do the right thing), differences arise in opinions over parenting issues. Significant differences become huge obstacles at times, to peace. How do you resolve those differences? You need a definitive, tested and proven guide, such as the Terrific Parenting Through Divorce E-book, so you don’t have re-design the wheel every time you sit down to have a discussion. Many people have been down this path, and we know what decisions are common tendencies…and what decisions are common mistakes that have devastating consequences for children and families. You can avoid those common mistakes by mastering the information in this book.
Finally, any weaknesses in your general parenting approach will become amplified and now reveal itself (just as the weak link in the chain is the first to bend under stress). So it often becomes necessary to add to your parenting toolbox a better understanding of how to shape and nurture behavior.
You get answers to all of these questions…again…because “you” asked for it. (I have worked with thousands of parents both in my office, and in workshop settings. However, for this project, I included additional questions by setting up a simple webpage, and people like you visited it and left me their most pressing questions on the challenges and demands of separation and divorce.)
So, Terrific Parenting Through Divorce is the answer for all of those questions!
Which means no fluff. Just the real answers you want to know. You’ll discover all types of exciting tips.
And that’s just a fraction of what you’ll find out in Terrific Parenting Through Divorce That’s why you should own this book today (in fact, you can be reading in as little as 5 minutes from now!).
(All you need is a credit card, no special internet accounts or anything like that. And it’s totally secure. Your credit card data is passed directly to the bank and no one but the bank has access to your sensitive information.)
What’s A Resource Like This Worth?
If you were to consult with me to get this information directly, it would take at least 4 private sessions of individual consultations, at a cost of $750.00(I should know, that’s what clients just paid me this week!).
Hi, I am Dr Randy Cale. In my more than twenty years in working with parents, I’ve worked as a family therapist, child psychologists and court psychologist (conducting custody evaluations for literally thousands of families). In those early days of custody evaluations, I sat with parents who were clearly worried, afraid, and overwhelmed with the situation that most did not want… at least for their children. Mixed with their fear and overwhelm was confusion, anger, and frustration. Often in extreme distress, many would be crying before they ever said a word.
All of these emotions are understandable. I get it. You likely get it. It’s often unbearably tough getting through these times for us as adults, and we know, in our hearts, that our children suffer when we are in such distress.
Click the video below to watch interview of Dr Cale talking
on Separation and Divorce
If that isn’t enough, we have solid research that shows that our parenting judgment gets compromised when we are in such distress. We might pretend to be superwoman or superman to our kids, but in the middle of this…we don’t feel it! Some the many daily things we used to take for granted…just aren’t so easy to do. We don’t have the same energy. We don’t have the same clarity of thinking. We don’t have the same emotional strength. (You don’t really need an expert psychologist to tell you that… right?)
As a Licensed Psychologist working with divorcing families, some in the court system and some making their way through without litigation, I spoke to parents like you… and to their children. I sat with them through tears of guilt, sadness, anger, frustration and confusion. Over and over, I could see the mistakes that parents, at times, just couldn’t see. Many parents where blinded to the impact of their decisions. Others were just lost, and had that familiar… deer-in-the-headlight look… as they struggled to just get through each day. Others were more aware of their predicament, and described being like a ship lost at sea. In the midst of this, many even asked, “Why don’t they have a divorce manual for parents? I could really use the help.”
Terrific Parenting Through Divorce Was Created To Teach Parents How To Protect Their Children Even When Going Through Struggles
Of A Custody Battle
This is when Terrific Parenting Through Divorce had it’s beginning. I truly felt I had to make a difference. I reached out to the courts in New York, to attorneys, judges and to other psychologists and sought input about this program. In collaboration with other psychologist and attorneys, I developed a program to help divorcing parents. As these materials have improved, I have taught these lessons to parents now for over 20 years. I have seen every type of family, every type of anger and dysfunction, every type of child dilemma, and every type of parenting mistake. I have also seen remarkable strength, courage and wisdom, and am grateful for these many years of experience.
It is with this experience, and these many hours of sitting with families and teaching parents how to make a positive difference… that I developed this program: Terrific Parenting Through Divorce: Keeping Kids First! The book title reflects what the program is about… teaching parents how to do a terrific job despite all of the many challenges we face…day to day. It’s a true parenting manual for getting through separation and divorce! The “Keeping Kids First” subtitle is there to remind all of us of the importance of making decisions that hold the value… “how will this decision affect the kids?”… as a constant reminder of a compass that keeps us on track.
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It’s Time Now To Protect Your Children!
Parenting After Separation & Divorce Prt 1
For parents who are divorced, the challenges of parenting after divorce are immense. As a co-developer and presenter of the Kids First After Divorce Program for over ten years, I am acutely aware of the challenges that separated and divorced parents experience. I have guided mothers and fathers through this difficult process, and have helped them to develop a path for parenting that protects their children.
In negotiating the struggles of co-parenting, many parents often remark, “We now have to communicate and co-parent as divorced parents, when we couldn’t do this as parents living together in the same house. You’re asking us to do something as divorced parents, that we failed at while married. That’s going to be very tough.” That comment captures a lot. Because it speaks to the essential truth and demands that you experience as divorced parents.
Often while married, parents struggle with the challenges of parenting. They question each other’s judgments, argue over discipline, and at times, undermine each other’s authority with the children. This may be partially the actual cause behind a separation or divorce.
However, with a history of not ‘being on the same page’ with your parenting, divorce creates an even bigger challenge. If you are now going to improve your parenting as separated or divorced parents, you not only are tackling the challenge of learning effective parenting strategies, but you want to do this in a way that both parents are on the “same page.”
And, yet, this is often not the case. Many parents go through the divorce process, NEVER able to reach a practical way of working together for the kids.
Many parents struggle with their own anger, hurt, frustration, rage, bitterness, and guilt, and are not able to set their feelings aside long enough to co-parent wisely.
This often blinds us, if we are not careful. We can end up getting caught in the moment of anger or frustration, and our children get caught in the middle. While the phrase is over-used to the point that it loses meaning sometimes, the truth is that children really are “Caught In The Middle” and emotionally pulled in pieces by angry or battling parents.
The real damage becomes magnified if our emotions of fear, frustration and anger also keep us from taking ownership of our own mistakes. It’s easy to point the finger, of course, and notice the mistakes of your ex-partner. In this mode, we focus blame and responsibility on the “other parent” and accept little responsibility for their our choices along the way.
Amidst the overwhelming emotions of a separation and divorce, this is understandable. Yet, what our children need is for us to learn to co-parent effectively.
This is not to say that this is easy. It is not. Work and effort is required. Taking ownership of your own strengths and your weaknesses is also necessary.
The Truth Is That Children Can Still Thrive…IF Mom and Dad Get It Right
It is critical to say what is true, however. And the truth is this: Your children can thrive following a divorce. However, the potential for them to thrive is directly related to how effectively you and your ex-partner co-parent.
If you and your ex are able to communicate regarding issues that concern the children and develop an effective set of strategies for raising healthy, happy, and motivated children, your children will likely adjust adequately to a separation or divorce.
There are other factors that enter into the reality of your child’s adjustment to divorce. Some children are more resilient, even if you make mistakes. Some children are already at high risk, and are much more vulnerable. However, whatever has happened in the past, we can conclude one very important truth: You can’t change it. It’s done.
So that means, it’s healthy, functional and useful to focus now on what is within your control…and abandon investing your life energy into any thought, or any action, or anything…that is not within your control. Those will WASTE your life, and start you down the path of ignoring the parts that you can control. Many co-parenting programs, including my Terrific Parenting After Divorce Program, show you how to focus on the parts that do make a difference for you and your children, as well as give you the practical tools of effective co-parenting.
On the other hand, if you and your ex hold on to bitterness, anger and hostility, and the children are caught in between, they may experience any of the following stressors:
- Relaying messages – pleasant and unpleasant – to the other parent.
- Overhearing negative comments about a parent or relative they love.
- Listening to their father or mother explode over a missing sock or a late payment.
- Experiencing emotional distance as parents struggle with sadness or anger.
- Being exposed to adult material about courts, attorneys, and judges.
- Having their time unnecessarily limited with those they love out of parental greed or anger.
- Living in fear over explosive outbursts during exchanges or phone calls.
- Learning to manipulate parents by giving parents the information that parents want to hear.
- Experiencing different consequences for the same behavior at each home.
- Having parental authority undermined by the other parent second-guessing parental actions.
- Begin judging parents too early, as they are asked questions about the other parent’s behaviors and actions.
- Find themselves used as investigators answering questions about boyfriends and girlfriends.
- Losing sleep and feeling sadness over “secrets” that they can’t share with someone they love.
- Being forced to make choices by parents whose own emotional weaknesses cause them to force their children to choose.
- Being forced to sort out “the truth”, when each parent has their own version of their truth they give to the children.
- Losing contact with grandparents, nieces and nephews because of parental anger.
- Missing key information in class because parents disagree about schedules, and weekend changes disrupt routines and patterns.
- Carrying the emotional burden of parents who share too much of their own emotional baggage with children.
And the list goes on. This is only a sample of the challenges that children must deal with in difficult divorce situations. Healthy families recognize the destructive and hurtful impact of such poor choices on children. They work hard to guard their children from exposure to these types of behaviors. Yet, many children experience parents who do not use good judgment in these situations. It is clear that these are the most predictable situations where children will struggle.
What Can You Do To Help Your Child?
1. GET RID OF YOUR EMOTIONAL BAGGAGE.
This is the first and most important step that you’ve got to take. If you harbor resentment, if you carry anger and hatred, if you’re frustrated and disappointed, if you are guilt-ridden, or if you carry any other intense emotion related to the divorce, this will get in the way of your judgment.
I don’t know you personally. I simply know from experience and from the research that we have on human emotion, that your judgment will be impaired if you have intense emotions or feelings about your ex.
So the first essential step is to take care of your own garbage.
How might you do this? Here is a partial list:
- Contact a therapist or Parenting Coach, such as Dr Cale, experienced in working with divorced parents.
- Begin a journal to write down your thoughts, and do so in handwriting, not on the computer.
- Find a support group of friends and family members who are not divorced.
- Attend an educational course on co-parenting after divorce.
- Find workshops on letting go of your anger after divorce.
- Go to the library, or to the bookstore, and find books on releasing your feelings following a painful divorce.
- Begin to meditate, or practice daily relaxation exercises.
- Run, or exercise regularly.
- Avoid hiding by using alcohol or drugs.
- Focus your attention consistently and regularly on what you want, and not what you don’t want.
- Develop a mantra, an internal saying, that you can repeat to yourself, such as “Be kind and loving.”
- Limit yourself to ten minutes daily of giving any thought or attention to feelings of anger, frustration, etc.
- As your children go to bed each night, look deeply into their eyes, and realize that there is a little tiny “note taker” inside their head. This note taker is keeping track and is learning from you about how to handle life’s most difficult challenges. And that note taker, is always taking notes. Then ask yourself “What notes did they take today?”
You can’t give to your kids what you don’t possess. In other words, if you are feeling like life is falling apart at the seams…then YOU GET HELP.
Don’t wait. Don’t delay. Don’t make excuses. Don’t pretend you are feeling okay when you actions say otherwise.
Thus, the first step is to make sure you take care of yourself…so you will be better prepared to make good judgments about your children’s needs.
In the next step, you will learn where to get your real-life after divorce education.
Parenting After Separation & Divorce Part 2
2. EDUCATE YOURSELF ABOUT CO-PARENTING AFTER DIVORCE.
By co-parenting after divorce, I am referring specifically to the strategies that have to do with handling children in two households. This includes everything from routines, times-sharing, phone calls, and communications between parents. This is no therapy. The focus is on establishing agreements about how to most effectively handle the children.
You really have three options when it comes to co-parenting.
Best: Convince your ex-partner to work conjointly with you in a co-parenting process. Both of you could meet jointly with a therapist in their office, or you could conduct this type of work by telephone.
In essence, this is a form of parent coaching that is highly driven by practical input. A psychologist that has experience in this area will be able to give firm, direct guidance with regard to the kinds of strategies that are effective and healthy for children in a post-separation world.
By using this type of professional guidance, you will be able to tailor an individualized co-parenting plan that is best for your family.
Better: Attend a course on co-parenting, and take careful notes. Find all of the resources and information possible on co-parenting, and master this information.
Then convince your ex-partner to co-participate in this type of course. At a minimum, give them materials to read, and then ask them to set times to discuss this information with you.
Set specific times to get together with your ex, and develop a strategy of co-parenting. In many cases, you can do this. Find parents who have been successful at co-parenting, and learn from them. Be cautious of those parents who are consumed with their own anger, and insist that they are the only ones who “know what’s in the kids best interest.” Too often, emotions blind judgment…and such toxic individuals can corrupt your view of how to co-parent effectively.
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