Everything about divorce is hard. Court proceedings, mediation, and yes, co-parenting. In fact, nothing is more important than the safety and love for your children. When a co-parenting relationship turns sour or worse, parental alienation occurs, your children experience an emotional cutoff from one (or both) parents.
This week, we are talking about conscious co-parenting and attachment-based parental alienation with Dorcy Pruter. Dorcy is recognized as one of America’s Top Reunification Specialists, a “Conscious Co-Parenting Coach," who teaches divorcing parents struggling with Attachment-Based Parental Alienation how to reunite with their alienated children and resurface the bond that was obstructed.
Parents oftentimes are well intended, and most times our actions manifest from fear and love. It’s a fine line to maneuver. Dorcy helps us to understand how parental alienation shows up and what we can do about it. She also provides some amazing insight about essential skills our children should know in order to cope and move through life as a child of parents living apart.
Dorcy explains Attachment-Based Parental Alienation and how it shows up in co-parenting relationships. (4:59) Why the goal is to protect all children, all of the time. (12:23) Covert alienation and what to do if you are the parent on the receiving end of implicit attacks. (14:06) The importance of creating a soft place for your children to land. (17:02) Why you should stop covering for your ex’s inadequacies and instead teach your children how to be in a relationship with them. (23:03) Critical thinking skills are one of the most powerful skills that we can teach our kids. (34:29) Why you should stop covering for your ex’s inadequacies and instead teach your children how to be in a relationship with them. Critical thinking skills are one of the most powerful skills that we can teach our kids. Learn More About Dorcy Pruter
Dorcy is recognized as one of America’s Top Reunification Specialists, a “Conscious Co-Parenting Coach," who teaches divorcing parents, struggling with Attachment-Based Parental Alienation, how to reunite with their alienated children and resurface the bond that was obstructed. She teaches children “HOW to be in relationship with BOTH parents” and delivers high-impact reunification strategies that inspire left-behind parents to take immediate action and restore the relationships with their children. In just a few years, Dorcy created one of the world’s leading co-parenting companies, The Conscious Co-Parenting Institute, to meet the needs of parents wherever they are in the divorce process.
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Custody Resolution Method program
The Ultimate Divorce Survival Guide
Should I Stay or Should I Go Facebook Group