You may want the picture perfect coparenting relationship you see on social media.
You're wondering if something is wrong with you because this certainly is not the way you and your ex "coparent"!
Your interactions with your ex may be too turbulent at the moment. You desire a civil way of interacting with your ex for the children's sake.
Maybe it's time to take a different approach to your situation and parallel parenting could be your solution.
Since effective communication is key to any relationship, find out how to do it the parallel parenting way.
"If you are in a challenging parenting relationship and hungry for guidance, this workbook is for you."
What happens when
an uncooperative ex is broken?
Parallel Parenting: Communication 101 is a workbook that puts you on the road to
better communication in a high conflict coparenting relationship.
A surprising way to change your relationship with an uncooperative ex.
Critical Step for Success
The most critical step you MUST take before change occurs.
3 Things for Change
The top 3 things you can change in your turbulent coparenting relationship.
Create your blueprint
A framework to create a blueprint for responding so that you no longer react.
Do this 1 thing...
How doing this one thing positively affects you, your children and your ex.
Independent of your ex
Steps to parent independently
My surefire communication template.
You've spent time researching for answers on having a better coparenting relationship.
You've searched for resources specific to your high conflict relationship with your ex.
Your search stops here!
Parallel Parenting: Communication 101 is your key to unlocking the mystery of coparenting with a difficult ex.
"Parallel Parenting: Communication 101 is well structured and easy to follow . It's a very good resource. When you find your self in a challenging parenting situation, you are just so hungry for some structure and guidance as to how to approach the situation. This workbook gives a good basis for doing that."
"This workbook is relevant to my situation. I know many others who are going through the same struggles with Narcopaths. The information in the workbook is easy to understand and easy to apply."
"Very informative and easy read. Parallel Parenting: Communication 101 is witty without taking the issue likely. Let's one know that it's not as bad as it may seem. LOVED the PAUSE method, which could be used as a mantra when things move to the left. A great purchase that can benefit many others.
Answers to things you may be wondering about...
Parents (moms AND dads) who are no longer together and struggle with communicating about the raising the child(ren). These coparents usually have some level of high conflict between them. As a result, they fail at making collaborative decisions and resolving disputes because they lack the necessary communication tools. At times, one parent withdraws. Other times, one parent may present themselves as a bully when things don't go their way.
Parents (mom AND dads) who have an civil coparenting relationship. They communicate well with each other regarding the child(ren). When they struggle with making decisions or resolving disputes, they work together and express their concerns.
*NOTE: This book does not favor one parent over the other. Moms and Dads both have struggles and make mistakes. This book does not/should not replace legal help. If there is any type of abuse (verbal/emotional/financial), please seek help from the police.
No. After purchasing, you will receive a digital copy of Parallel Parenting: Communication 101 as a downloadable PDF.
All sales are final and non-refundable.
Communicating the parallel parenting way can be applied to an existing court order or can be used as the foundation of a plan you and your ex are creating. Be sure to get legal advice for your concerns.
*NOTE: It is not necessary for both coparents to be in agreement to parallel parent.
Parallel parenting is an acceptable method of coparenting for high conflict parents. Many courts encourage this method as a way for coparents to take time and space to concentrate on the child(ren) rather than the conflict.
*NOTE: Be sure to get legal advice for your concerns.
How much time do you have? In all seriousness, results will vary from person to person.
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Your desire to raise your child(ren) is your focus. You can be a great parent and use this workbook as a tool when interacting with a difficult ex.
Meet the Author - Tiffany Benyacko
Tiffany Benyacko is an authentic voice in the coparenting world. Her specialty is mentoring high conflict coparents. She is passionate in this area because she has spent a numerous amount of years coparenting with a difficult ex.
No, her ex husband did not magically change.
But she did.
Tiffany helps parents PAUSE to elevate their coparenting abilities with an uncooperative ex. Teen drama included as a bonus!
Visit her at: beunrehearsed.com/coparenting-mentor
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