Regardless of your own emotional state, it is essential to put your children's needs first when making decisions related to divorce or separation!
West Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) January 06, 2015
The Child-Centered Divorce Network has announced that January, once again, is International Child-Centered Divorce Month. The entire month is devoted to educating parents about the effects of divorce on their children – and providing viable options available to them. These include useful tools and other resources to help parents make the best decisions regarding their children’s well-being during and long after divorce.
Using a special website, divorce attorneys, mediators, therapists, financial planners, coaches, parenting experts and other professionals world-wide are giving complimentary advice and services focused on helping both parents and children of divorce. CoParently.com, an online planning and scheduling tool for successful co-parenting, is supporting the efforts by offering parents three months of services at no cost.
More divorces are filed in January, following the holiday season, than in any other month. That’s why the Child-Centered Divorce Network chose January to commemorate ICCD Month each year. The goal is to educate parents about how to prevent negative consequences for children during and after separation or divorce.
Parents can access complimentary ebooks, coaching services, videos, audios and other valuable programs by simply clicking links. The website, available throughout January, is http://www.divorcedparentsupport.com/ebook.
Parents will also find listings of free teleseminars, webinars and other special events being held during January on the Events Calendar at the same website.
“Divorce professionals around the world will be participating to remind parents about their responsibility to their children’s well-being before, during and after divorce,” says Rosalind Sedacca, a Divorce and Parenting Coach and Founder of the Child-Centered Divorce Network. “Our purpose is education and mistake prevention. We want to encourage respectful co-parenting, teach effective communication skills, and guide parents away from litigation and toward cooperative, mediated solutions whenever possible," she adds.
“We are honored to be supported by CoParently.com,” adds Sedacca. “This online scheduling tool helps to keep kids out of the middle and reduces co-parenting conflict. It simplifies managing your children’s busy schedule from separate homes without feeling overwhelmed.”
A divorced and later remarried parent, Sedacca is also the author of the internationally-acclaimed ebook, How Do I Tell the Kids about the Divorce? A Create-a-Storybook Guide to Preparing Your Children -- with Love!
“Parental decisions about divorce can affect and scar children – for years – and often for a lifetime,” Sedacca adds. “We want to tell divorcing parents: Regardless of your own emotional state, it is essential to put your children's needs first when making decisions related to divorce or separation!”
At the Child-Centered Divorce Network website Sedacca provides articles, advice, coaching services and many valuable resources year-round for parents transitioning through and beyond divorce: http://www.childcentereddivorce.com.
International Child-Centered Divorce Month contact information:
For more information about International Child-Centered Divorce Month, with access to the complimentary resources, interviews and events taking place in January, visit: http://www.divorcedparentsupport.com/ebook.