CO-PARENTING WITHOUT CONFLICT AFTER DIVORCE
We all assume that when we get divorced, things are going to get better.
But when a marriage ends, communication is usually at a low point. And that communication style tends to stick, which causes ongoing conflict in the co-parenting relationship.
So, what can you do to interrupt that conflict dynamic with your ex? How do you build a constructive, positive co-parenting relationship?
Jenni Rock is the creator of Co-Parenting Without Conflict, a coaching practice that helps divorced parents exit toxic relationships and communicate in a way that prioritizes the needs of their children.
Jenni brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the table, helping parents navigate the often challenging terrain of co-parenting after a divorce.
On this episode of Divorce Dialogues, Jenni joins Katherine to share the story of her own horrific divorce and explain how that experience informs her work in co-parenting conflict resolution.
Jenni discusses the most common conflicts in co-parenting relationships and describes the consequences of using your children as a bartering tool.
Listen in for Jenni’s insight on navigating reactive feelings toward your ex and learn the first steps to changing the way you communicate and co-parent without conflict!
How Jenni’s own horrific divorce informs her work in co-parenting conflict resolution.
Why divorced couples get stuck in the communication style at play when the marriage ends?
How Jenni helps people interrupt their conflict dynamic with an ex-spouse
What differentiates a toxic relationship from a difficult moment in a relationship?
Blaming your partner vs. taking responsibility for what’s not working in your relationship.
Jenni’s insight on the most common conflicts in co-parenting relationships
The consequences of using your children as a bartering tool in the divorce process
What to consider before you hit SEND on a text or email to your ex-spouse
Jenni’s advice on what to do with reactive feelings you’re tempted to fire at your ex.
How to set up a constructive, positive co-parenting relationship with your ex-spouse
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