Talking to kids about pick-ups and drop-offs

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Talking to kids about pick-ups and drop-offs


When a pick-up or drop-off is difficult, what are you supposed to say to your kids? What if they don't want to leave you? How do you handle it with them?

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Pick-Ups, Drop-Offs, and Transitions

It doesn’t matter who does the driving for pick-ups and drop-offs. What matters is that they get done without drama, right? The problem is that so many of them are filled with drama. Which of these sound familiar: no talking during transition time, door slamming, yelling, crying, or no contact at all and it’s left up to the kids. As stressful as this is for you, imagine what it’s like for your kids!

What if there was a better way?

That’s where this video comes in.

In this video and worksheet, I’ll show you:

  • What’s REALLY going on in your kid’s minds during pick-ups and drop-offs
  • Ways to keep conversation related to transition days open
  • Self-care when pick-ups and drop-offs are hard on you


Ready to get started? Click on the purchase button to access both the video and the worksheet.

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I'm Karen Becker, Family Coach, Divorced Family Coordinator. I help you gain emotional freedom so you can successfully manage your family, move on from your divorce, and co-parent (even with someone who is refusing).

These courses are dedicated to helping you communicate effectively with your children about divorce related issues. If you’ve ever had a question about how to answer your kids or what to do, there is a video here for you.

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Kaern Becker, MA Life Coach