Positive Co-Parenting After Divorce

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Positive Co-Parenting After Divorce


Get the secrets to communicating effectively, feeling heard, and getting things accomplished for the sake of your children with this digital course.

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Positive Co-Parenting After Divorce

Do you cringe every time you see your ex's name on your phone? Do you wonder, "What will they try to attack me with this time?" 

Maybe your ex doesn't attack you, maybe your ex simply refuses to communicate at all which makes it really hard to parent your children together. Whether your ex is a control-freak, a narcissist, a know-it-all, or simply a jerk, you've been at it far too long. You probably feel like you've tried everything and it's just not in the cards for you. 

What if you had the answers? What if you had a way to communicate with the specific difficult personality your ex shows?

In this video series and worksheets, I’ll show you:

  • Exactly what co-parenting really means and what your role in it is
  • How to manage your own emotions when things get hard so you can be there for your kids
  • How to identify the specific difficult personality traits your ex has and how to communicate with them
  • Ways to use the tools that you feel like haven't worked in the past and make them work for you
  • Many more lessons

Ready to get started? Click on the purchase button to access both the video series and the worksheets. You'll be emailed a link immediately to download the course.

Here's what others have said:

“I use Karen’s ideas all the time!”
“Karen always has the best ideas!”

I'm Karen Becker, CEO of Parenting After Divorce Headquarters, and I'm ready to take you from frustrated to relieved so you can better parent, co-parent, and move on after your divorce. 

My courses are dedicated to helping you be the best version of you there is. I help my clients be better, not bitter. I've spent many years researching difficult personalities, working with divorced men and women, and teaching co-parents how to communicate more effectively. If you feel like something is missing or would like to see more, I love suggestions! Click on the Contact Me link and send me more.