Rosalind Sedacca has some great information I wanted to share with
you as my readers:

Getting psyched up to tell your children about your pending divorce

or separation? Not sure what to say? When to say it? How to
say it? What to
expect after the conversation? What to do next?
How do deal with your special
circumstances? What therapists,
mediators, attorneys, clergy and other
professionals suggest you do
and don't do to make things better all around?
Well, you're not
Having the "divorce talk" with a child you love is one of the
conversations you'll ever have. Shouldn't you be prepared?
Professionals all agree on some of the most common mistakes parents
when bringing up divorce or separation. These include:
* asking children to bear the weight of making decisions or
* failing to remind children that none of this is in any way
* forgetting to emphasize that Mom and Dad will still always be
Mom and Dad — even after divorce!
* confiding adult details to children in order to attract
allegiance or sympathy
* neglecting to repeatedly remind children that they are safe,
and very much loved
* failing to explain clearly that everything is going to be okay.
These are just some of the most common messages that parents fail
convey because they're just not prepared — and most probably
If you're about to tackle this tough conversation — or you know
who is — there's finally help you can depend on to
simplify the process. I
just completed writing How Do I Tell the
Kids about the Divorce? A
Create-a-Storybook Guide(TM) that
Prepares Your Children — with Love!
It provides an innovative
new concept I created, based on my own
life experience. And, most
importantly, it works!
To learn more about this new therapist-, attorney- and
guidebook for parents, click on the link below.
You'll get the whole story of
how the easy-to-use template works,
how you and your children will benefit
from this personalized family
storybook approach — and much more. Most
important of all, this
simple guidebook doesn't just tell you what to say —
it says it
for you! So you're sure to do it right, for the sake of your
Click here to learn more …

Rosalind Sedacca is a writer, an award-winning professional speaker,
and Certified Corporate Trainer specializing in both communication and
relationship issues. She has facilitated workshops and seminars
throughout the United States and beyond on creating 'conscious'
relationships for both singles and couples. Based on her own personal
experience, her new book How Do I Tell the Kids about the Divorce? A Create-a-Storybook Guide to Preparing Your Children – with Love!
provides an innovative and professionally acclaimed new approach to
breaking the divorce news to your children. Rosalind's Child-Centered
Divorce Network provides resources that help parents create successful
outcomes for the entire family for years and decades to come.


Attention Divorcing
Join experts Lisa Decker,
Rosalind Sedacca,
a powerful and informative teleseminar filled with great tips and advice on:
Secrets of Creating a Successful Child-Centered
Don't you wish there was a way to move on while creating a
positive outcome for everyone in the family?  There can be!  Divorce doesn't
have to scar your children.


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divorce and children


Wednesday, June 24th, 2009
7:00 pm Eastern
Standard Time


Divorce can be complex and frustrating on its
. When you add innocent children to the mix, you must be extremely
careful to safeguard everyone's physical, emotional and psychological
On this call, Lisa will be interviewing Rosalind Sedacca, CCT,
Founder of the Child-Centered Divorce Network, as she helps you resolve the
day-to-day challenges of parenting through divorce. You'll discover the pitfalls
to avoid, the path to peaceful resolution, resources available to you, proven
success strategies and more.

Register here…

Contact Rosalind if you have any registration problems: