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Have you ever felt anything has been this hard?! If you are going through a high conflict divorce and/or custody battle in the family court system, I recommend working with a divorce coach. While they are not lawyers, they specialize in the family court system and work in tandem with your lawyer, often saving you money in the long run.
If you're looking to manage the emotions of co-parenting with an abuser and how to effectively cope, communicate and well, survive... you can work with me 1:1. I specialize in recovering from trauma bonds and moving on emotionally to live a happy and fulfilled life - even when you have to co-parent. We focus less on divorce and custody strategy and more on the emotional aspects and strength & confidence building.
Below are all my favorite resources in the area of high-conflict divorces.
Rebuild with confidence through your Family Court journey, and rediscover the peace you deserve.
There’s no better way to reach success than getting the help you need at the right moment.
Learn how to co-parent with a narcissist so you can create a safe experience for your children. A panel of 4 experts will discuss the legal and emotional aspects of parenting with an abusive ex. Learn more or....
Document daily incidents categorized by pattern of behavior. Quickly log incidents, upload your evidence and keep track of visitation attendance all in one place! Invite your lawyer, so they can access your reports and save you money on legal fees.
You deserve a better blueprint for healthy co-parenting. Leave email and text messaging behind for a real solution, a co-parenting app.
The BIFF Response method will help you respond to hostile emails, texts and other communications and make you feel good doing it! Most people have a hard time responding to personal attacks in emails, texts and other communication because it puts them in react mode instead of respond mode. The most important thing to remember is: it’s not about you!
BIFF stands for Brief, Informative, Friendly and Firm and can be used by anyone, in any situation but it does take practice. Learn how to write (or speak) using the BIFF Response method to help bring an angry exchange to a quick conclusion, without losing it yourself.
Grey rocking is a technique used to divert a toxic person's behavior by acting as unresponsive as possible when you're interacting with them. For example, using the grey rock method involves deliberate actions like avoiding eye contact or not showing emotions during a conversation. By making yourself and your interactions with them as neutral as possible, they’ll eventually lose interest or reduce their interest. I recommend still using friendly language (which some experts refer to as "yellow rocking"). If you are experiencing physical abuse, this is not an appropriate method to use. Grey rock doesn't fair well in family court. Use with caution.
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The Trauma Bond Recovery Course teaches you practical, proven ways to move on from your abusive relationship. Through articles, videos, and exercises across 12 modules, you’ll learn why your trauma bond formed and how to break it. Every single person who has taken the course has provided positive feedback about what they learned.