How To Co Parent- With A Difficult Co Parent
Defining Coparenting Online Co parenting Classes Many parents today are looking for tools to help them learn how to coparent with a difficult co parent. This video offers parents information on defining the two types of coparenting and introduces parents to some of the concepts taught in the online courses, at Online Co Parenting Courses When parents get caught in a custody fight and they cannot end it easily between the parents, it is usually because one or both of the parents are difficult to work with. At least one of the parents is unwilling and or unable to work with the other parent. When one of the parents is focused on revenge, anger, distancing the children from the other parent, believes the other parent is dangerous or damaging to the children, these parents are called High Conflict.Parents need to learn new rules and strategies on how to coparent with a difficult co parent so they can get out of the court system as quickly as possible. They need to learn new tools that will keep them connected to their children. The online courses I offer teach parents these tools and techniques. I use stories, scripts and strategies to help parents calm down and disengage from the fight. Parents need to learn how to coparent with a difficult co parent by focusing their energy on building closer, powerful connections to their children to overcompensate for the other parent’s deficiencies.
Watch this video to learn how to define the two types of coparenting and information about the online co parenting courses I teach.
Dr.Deena Stacer is an international parent educator and consultant related to high conflict child custody cases and teaching parents how to coparent with a difficult co parent. Dr. Stacer offers online and live coparenting courses to help parents learn how to end conflict and protect the children. Course information can be found at http://parentsinconflict.com/courses/.
Contact Dr. Deena Stacer at 800-980-0434 or Doc@DeenaStacer.com for more information.