I'm Karen Becker, Family Coach, Divorced Family Coordinator. You can learn more about me here.
Regardless of what stage you're in, the biggest challenge is that feeling of being unsure. The insecurity that comes from not knowing, that comes from trying to research, but not knowing where to start (or stop); the draining feeling from being emotionally and mentally exhausted is real. My work brings you peace through answers and guidance.
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No one gets into a relationship in order to break up, but there it is. It happens. It sucks! And here you are, wondering where to go next. There's a sense of loss and a feeling of being lost that comes with separation and divorce. That's the bad news.
The good news is that your new life is yours to create. It's yours to do whatever you want with. What are you waiting for? Let's start now and build a life that doesn't hold you back. That fulfills you. That's everything you've ever wanted. I created a training to help you do just that, best of all it's FREE! You can get a copy of it sent right to your email by entering info below.
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Does this sound like you?
I’m over the divorce. I’ve moved on and am just trying to find some peace. I hate hearing my phone ring because I see my ex’s name pop up on it and I never know what attack is coming my way when I open it. I just want to co-parent for the sake of our kids! I’ve tried everything and just don’t see how it’ll ever change. I feel hopeless.
After helping hundreds of individuals and couples, I've heard it all when it comes to divorce and co-parenting and I've been able to help. What does help mean? Help is a plan for making co-parenting work - even with the most difficult ex, an unbiased ear to listen when things get tough, and a road to peace. Peace within your life, peace as co-parents, and most importantly, peace for your children.
Let me know how I can help you. Click on the Contact Me page and tell me your story. I reply to all my emails and will let you know how I may best be of service to you.
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I get it. There's so much focus on the divorce and not enough on the parenting. This is where I come in.
Your job is to be there for your kids, to show them that this divorce is hard, but you can get through it together. So exactly how do you communicate that to your kids? In the Badges section of this site, you'll find the Communication Toolkit. This toolkit is designed to help you with each area of communicating with your kids after divorce. You'll be able to earn your badge as the parent who "Keeps Communication Open" in your home or "Communicates Positively about difficult pick-ups/drop-offs". Can't find what you're looking for? Just click on the Contact Me page and let me know.
Have you heard of the Stepmom Summit? The Stepmom Summit includes:
There's a new step-parent in the picture. Whether they're yours or your ex's, telling the kids about it is a daunting task. Obviously no one is replacing Mom or Dad, but what exactly is the role of the step-parent? How do both Mom and Dad help the children feel excited, safe, and secure as they get to know their new step-parent? What happens if they're not meshing well?
Check out this communication toolkit for you to use. Not only does this have phrases that can be used when introducing your partner into the lives of your kids, but it offers ideas to help ease the transition as everyone creates a new normal with the addition of a step-parent.
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