G’day, my name is Kirsty, and I want you to have the kind of peaceful co-parenting life of which many only dream. I want you to discover how to go from arguing in Court, to cooperatively co-parenting.
Have you ever wondered how those divorced families who sit together at school events actually do it? You know the ones – they don’t even look like they’re divorced, except there’s an extra adult or two (step parents) sitting in the audience as well.
That doesn’t have to be someone else’s life. It isn’t just a fairytale. It can be your life too. It can be your children’s life.
What would it be like if your kids knew Mum AND Dad were at their soccer game or dance recital, and they didn’t need to worry about who they said ‘hello’ to first?
How different would your kids childhood be, if they could share all aspects of their life with you without feeling worried about hurting the feelings of their other parent?
Have you ever had scheduled phone calls that involve your ex mouthing off in the background? Or maybe your kids don’t talk much on the phone because they’re bouncing off the walls or preoccupied with a tv program. Has this ever happened to you?
What about when your children tell you about something they have done or eaten or watched that makes your skin bristle because you think it’s totally inappropriate – how does that usually go? Do your kids feel bad or does it spark a texting or emailing war?
Have you ever wondered what on earth you can do to make their other parent let up on you and stop criticising and blaming and going off at you every time you have time with your kids?
You’re not alone. Many families, all over the country, are struggling with co-parenting. Some families are having such a difficult time they don’t even try anymore! Is that you? Are you so tired and hurt and frustrated and angry and fed up with the constant and ongoing conflict that you just don’t know what to do?
I have been where you are. I have been in Court, multiple mediations, counselling. Nothing seemed to make a difference until I started doing things differently.
But this isn’t just me. I have supported lots of families to change their experience of co-parenting – even when it wasn’t their fault!
If you have a difficult, self absorbed ex who thrives on making your life hell, you CAN make it different.