Minimize The Effects Of Divorce on Your Children
Divorce has a powerful effect on children’s emotional well-being due to the sudden loss of familiar surroundings, everything in their world changing and their normal daily routines and attachments being shattered. Children often feel they have been abandoned and left alone to face the world by themselves after a divorce. Previously secure relationships with friends and neighbors, and the security of their home are removed and replaced with uncertainty or even fear.
Some of the top 6 concerns children have once they learn that their parents are going to divorce include:
- ‘What is going to happen to me’?
- Anxiety that parents will ‘disappear’ physically or psychologically- and that parenting will end.
- Feelings of invisibility – no one noticing them
- Worries about money and how that will impact the life-style they have been used to
- Anxiety about loyalties – feeling pressured as to which parent they should be loyal to
- Concerns about parents well being – being fearful of saying or doing anything to upset or hurt them
Are you committed to learning how to avoid the potential negative impact of your divorce on your children?
The worst fear any good parent has about divorce is the potential damage it will have on their children – both in the short term and long term. The truth is, as the latest research shows – it doesn’t have to.
In my upcoming Teleseminar – 12 June, 2pm EST (7pm UK), I will share with you what the latest research shows – and what you can do to ensure their children don’t suffer lifelong negative consequences – no matter how difficult the divorce is – no matter how difficult the ex might be . . .
You’ll also learn why this information has been kept from you . . .
I remember what it felt like as a kid when my own parents divorced, so when my own marriage ended I vowed my children would not experience what I went through and what so many children I know thrugh my clinical work have gone through. I was totally committed to making sure my kids came first.
To this day my kids have thanked me that they haven’t had to go through what so many of their friends have had to go through when their parents divorced.
They are both in healthy, happy partnerships and I enjoy a great relationship with them.
Perhaps you’ve not been so lucky with your divorce – and maybe your kids are still suffering, even though the divorce happened years ago. Maybe you are smack in the middle of a divorce or maybe you know your relationship with your partner is over, but think staying together for the kids sake is the only way . . .
Whatever your situation, if you are committed to putting your kids first, you really must attend my Free Teleseminar “Putting Your Kids First” on Monday, 4th June at 8:30pm EST.
There will be No Selling – and I’ve got a free bonus for you at the end.
Your children don’t have to suffer the negative consequences of a divorce – no matter how difficult or unreasonable your partner is and no matter how unique your situtation is.
Your children don’t have to be traumatized or negatively impacted by a divorce… no matter what you are going through. . .
Attend this Free Teleseminar and join a movement that is all about putting our kids first.
In this teleseminar, I’m going to reveal how the current divorce paradigm gets you sucked into unnecessary, unhealthy, unproductive shame, blame and guilt and making you and your children a victim of the divorce process.
You’ll also discover:
- Why keeping children in a ‘bad’ marriage is worse than divorce
- The negative effects divorce can have on children
- The signs that your child is coping
- What you as a parent can do to circumvent that being your child’s experience.
- Why it’s not your fault that the divorce process make you and your partner enemies
I won’t mean to offend anyone but I am going to be quite blundt and what I say may be controversial, but we need a better way when it comes to divorce and the impact it has on our kids.
I’ll be sharing with you the latest research that clearly demonstrates that it isn’t divorce itself which damages children and I’ll reveal what you can do to ensure your children don’t end up as one of the ‘negative’ statistics.
Why Listen To Me?
Susanne Jorgensen, BA BSc MSc is a psychologist, coach, author and relationship expert. She also specializes in trauma, grief, mood management (anger,depression,anxiety, stress), adolescent issues, marriage, divorce and other relationship issues, life and career transitions.
Over the past 25 years she has worked with individuals, couples, families and groups. She has lived, worked and held seminars and has been featured on the radio both in Denmark and the UK and has also been featured in several national magazines in the UK.
Due to her dissatisfaction with psychological therapy still being steeped in “dysfunction” leaving individuals feeling they had ‘failed’, were ‘broken’ and needed ‘fixing’, Susanne left a thriving therapy practice and set up her coaching practice. Her belief is that people simply get stuck at times in their lives. They have all the resources they need within them, but when they get stuck, an outside, objective view helps them to better access and use those resources.
Her ability to quickly laser focus and assess a situation, her belief in the power ‘within’ and her empathic and non-judgemental approach have made her stand out in her field. She is especially known as being a ‘paradigm buster’ in her endeavor to help individuals break free from the unconscious programming and conditioning that has, until now, been keeping them stuck.
She is author of “Get Real, Relationship Success is an Inside Job” and is co-author of “Life’s Ultimate Lessons.” She is passionate about helping individuals co-create happy, healthy relationships – and ultimately create a happy, healthy society.
Seats are limited so be sure to reserve your spot on this teleseminar NOW – for your children’s sake.