39 episodes

Once you become a parent you are always a parent.

It’s difficult to raise kids and even harder on your own, but throwing another Parent into this mix provides another set of unique challenges.

From toddler to teenager, this Podcast is about what it takes to be a Courageous CoParent and create the Culture you deserve.

CoParent Courage Thom Tessandori

    • Kids & Family

Once you become a parent you are always a parent.

It’s difficult to raise kids and even harder on your own, but throwing another Parent into this mix provides another set of unique challenges.

From toddler to teenager, this Podcast is about what it takes to be a Courageous CoParent and create the Culture you deserve.

    Episode 39: Finding CoParent Flexibility

    Episode 39: Finding CoParent Flexibility

    Thom shares four quick tips about flexibility as a CoParent: Learning, Improvising and Positive Problem Solving. Sometimes it's necessary to be flexible and this is how to do it. 

    Have a great Christmas!

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    • 9 min
    Episode 38: Create Gratitude Anytime

    Episode 38: Create Gratitude Anytime

    In this episode I discusses a gratitude exercise that I "accidentally" stumbled across in the kitchen. It took less than 3 minutes and it made my day much brighter. I immediately wanted to share it with you. Have a great Christmas!


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    • 12 min
    Thom on REVIVE Podcast

    Thom on REVIVE Podcast

    I was on the REVIVE Podcast with Sunny and John and we had a great conversation. We discuss my latest writing "Drama-Free Drop-Offs" and get into details about how to frame your Co-Parent in a way such as to come from a place of peace. We discuss how to give yourself permission to grieve past relationships and do the "Reconstruct Your Previous Partner" exercise with them. Enjoy this fun conversation. 

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    Episode 36: How To Talk Without Arguing

    Episode 36: How To Talk Without Arguing

    Thom gives three tools to use when talking to your CoParent without arguing. These simple frames of reference can give you leverage in any situation, but are specifically created for those times when you are talking about Parenting Time.

    These are to (1) make your request known (2) use body language that is consistent with your request and (3) to "be with" their response. 

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    • 11 min
    Episode 35: How To Confront CoParent Anxiety And Get Rid Of It Forever

    Episode 35: How To Confront CoParent Anxiety And Get Rid Of It Forever

    Anxiety is scary. It comes up for different people in different ways, yet there are a few things I've found that seem to help just about everyone I discuss this nervousness with. 

    I share what I learned from a panic attack at a school meeting as it relates to the relationship I have with my CoParent. These are all lessons that we can learn from.

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    Episode 34: Knights, Blood and Empathy

    Episode 34: Knights, Blood and Empathy

    In today's CoParent Courage Podcast I tell a story of how my son's "talking game" relates to how I get along with my CoParent and how I get along with people in my life.

    I describe, in detail, how to use Empathy in order to relate to someone and as a skill to teach your child.

    I also talk about a forthcoming book that is going to be free to Newsletter subscribers called "3 Steps To Get Over Your Ex".

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Customer Reviews

Thielr7 ,

Quick and insightful

Short insights that get you thinking about coparenting.

jmsny7 ,

Compassionate advice

I appreciate the use of business concepts and psychology to learn better approaches to a delicate topic. The "justice mechanism" episode was especially insightful. Thanks, and keep it up!

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