Healing Child’s Trauma With Love

Healing Child’s Trauma With Love

A key element when it comes to childhood trauma is that when given a safe

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Child Reprimanding, Abuse and Brain Development

Child Reprimanding, Abuse and Brain Development

Picture this example of mirroring bad behavior.  A child is misbehaving and throwing their toy

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A Child’s Identity – Form and Function

A Child’s Identity – Form and Function

Identity is forged across the span of a lifetime in the crucible of social pressure.

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Children, Brain Connections and Actions

Children, Brain Connections and Actions

One explanation of why High Conflict Personalities, or HCPs, are not self-aware is based on

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Child’s Trauma and Its Many Variations

Child’s Trauma and Its Many Variations

What defines trauma, you may ask? Trauma can come in many forms. The most common

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Supporting Your Child’s Emotional Intelligence

Supporting Your Child’s Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence or EQ is the ability to have self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and socials

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Back to School Academic Preparation For Your Child

Back to School Academic Preparation For Your Child

Academically, it is important to begin to prepare your child’s school supplies and to go

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coParenting – A Positive Childhood Experience

coParenting – A Positive Childhood Experience

Did you know that humans are born without fully developed brains? The rest of our

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How To Prepare Your Child Socially for Back to School

How To Prepare Your Child Socially for Back to School

A coParent can prepare their child ahead of time for back to school. One most

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Children of Divorce – Maintenance Required

Children of Divorce – Maintenance Required

Our car needs to be maintained, which includes rotating the tires and checking the oil.

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Children’s Feelings After the Split – What coParents Need to Know

Children’s Feelings After the Split – What coParents Need to Know

As a divorce coach, I’ve never been thrilled about the negative images that tend to

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Routines and Rituals – Great for Kids

Routines and Rituals – Great for Kids

Our brains are first and foremost difference detectors. We distinguish known from unknown, familiar from

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Helping Your Child Cope With Stress

Helping Your Child Cope With Stress

Transitional objects and transitional affiliations often emerge and disappear spontaneously over the course of development,

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The Dangers of coParents’ “All Or Nothing” Thinking

The Dangers of coParents’ “All Or Nothing” Thinking

coParents need to be aware of the dangers of their “all or nothing thinking,” which

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Helping Kids of Divorce Cope With Transitional Objects

Helping Kids of Divorce Cope With Transitional Objects

When we understand how transitional objects and affiliations work, we can use them to help

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Waypoints: Developmental Stages & Their Importance

Waypoints: Developmental Stages & Their Importance

Waypoints are used on a GPS to mark locations along the way to the final

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Teenagers – Time to Create Parental Boundaries

Teenagers – Time to Create Parental Boundaries

As an adult-child, it is up to you to set boundaries with your parents. Initially,

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6 Wants of the coParent’s Child After Divorce

6 Wants of the coParent’s Child After Divorce

This a great go-to list for understanding of what children need from coParents, following divorce.

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The Development of Holding Tight, Letting Go

The Development of Holding Tight, Letting Go

Holding Tight, Letting Go is about taking off the training wheels. It’s about the necessary

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Adult Relationships Following the High Conflict Childhood

Adult Relationships Following the High Conflict Childhood

By the time a child grows into an adult, he or she should have experienced

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Neuroscience and Its Relation To Parenting

Neuroscience and Its Relation To Parenting

Did you know that humans are born without fully developed brains? The rest of our

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Your Child of Divorce – Maturing Too Fast & How to Help

Your Child of Divorce – Maturing Too Fast & How to Help

A child of divorce is watching and hearing their parents argue. A lot. So much

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Important Signs of Insecure Attachment

Important Signs of Insecure Attachment

When a young child is not experiencing secure attachment, it is important to learn about

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Your Child of Divorce: Their Feelings and How to Help

Your Child of Divorce: Their Feelings and How to Help

Divorce of the parents brings on hidden stress, compacted within coParents and children alike. We are

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Aim to Decrease Your Anxiety

Aim to Decrease Your Anxiety

There have always been and always will be threats in the world around us. Some

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Accidental Rewards and Unintended Punishments

Accidental Rewards and Unintended Punishments

When twelve-year-old Billy showed up in math class without his homework for the third day

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Secure Attachment Decreases Tantrums

Secure Attachment Decreases Tantrums

Over the past 60 years, there has been a lot of research about “attachment” in

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School After Spring Break – With a Smile

School After Spring Break – With a Smile

Returning back to school after an extended Spring break is exciting for coParents and children,

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Easing Your Child’s Negative Emotions

Easing Your Child’s Negative Emotions

Children of divorce have many feelings about the divorce and their parents. You may see

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Top Tips to Create Hope in Your Child

Top Tips to Create Hope in Your Child

As intelligent and caring coParents, we have the knowledge and potential to turn the corner

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