March: Co-Parenting Month at Unhooked Books

March 2, 2013


uhblogoChildren are negatively impacted more by parental conflict than by an actual divorce or separation.
Loads of studies tell us that children’s mental, emotional and even their physical health suffers both now and down the road as adults when they have parents who engage in conflict with each other. It is imperative for parents to be excellent parents and co-parents to give their children the opportunity for long-term good emotional health and the skills necessary to ensure their kids can have good relationship when they become adults.

Kids have enough to deal with as they navigate through the challenges of growing up.
Having parents in conflict shouldn’t be part of that mix and doesn’t have to be. Today, we have tools for online parent communication, programs to help parents build co-parenting and relationship skills, and online programs to help children build resiliency through divorce.

Help for Co-Parents.
I’ve sifted through the hundreds of books and programs on divorce and parenting with the goal of offering only the most effective materials and programs for people trying to co-parent their children. The information in these hand-selected materials and resources help parents build the skills needed to co-parent better and just might reduce the trips to the court, therapists, lawyers, parent coordinators, parent counselors…You get the idea.

Take a look through the new programs we’re introducing this month, the selection of co-parenting books on sale and author interviews.

Programs
Children of Divorce, Coping with Divorce (online program for children)
A research-based online program for children age 11+ to help them deal with their parent’s divorce. Click here for more info.

Kids on Time  An inexpensive online communication tool for parents to track parenting time schedule, expenses and payments, kids’ events, school information, contacts, medical information and more. Click here for more info.

New Ways for Families  A method for courts to prevent divorcing families from becoming high-conflict. Click here for more info.

Welcome Back, Pluto: Understanding, Preventing and Overcoming Parental Alienation (DVD) A video for families facing potential or existing alienation. Click here for more info.

All co-parenting books are on sale here.

Watch for this month’s author interviews:
Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq., author of Don’t Alienate the Kids!, and creator of New Ways for Families

Pat Harvey, LCSW-C, author of Parenting a Child Who Has Intense Emotions

Phil Stahl, PhD, author of Parenting After Divorce

Share your co-parenting success stories with us! We’d love to hear from you!

Megan

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