Parenting: How to hold boundaries during a divorce

You might be feeling increasingly stressed, exhausted, frustrated, anxious, inadequate, and disconnected from your children. You are constantly dealing with power struggles, defiance, and living in chaotic households transitioning through a divorce.

You may have tried punishments, rewards, yelling and threats and nothing is working. What do parents do when traditional parenting methods are not working, but rather making things worse? Do they become more punitive or perhaps go the other way and become overly permissive? The answer is neither, but rather, somewhere in between.

Join Divorce Club Co-founder Isablle Hung & top parenting coach Janell Bitton to learn about effective and respectful parenting tools that are both firm and kind, help parents get to the core of their child’s misbehavior, reduce power struggles, build connection with their children, and ultimately help their children develop critical life and social skills.

At the end of this event you should have:

  • An understanding of how to think differently about a child’s behaviour
  • New alternatives to punishment
  • Feel more confident in dealing with challenging behaviour
  • Have better ways to communicating with your child

About Janell:

As a Certified Parent Coach and Certified Positive Discipline Parent Educator (and mother of two!), Janell has spent the last seven years teaching parents how to flip the script on parenting so they can enjoy more peace, more cooperation, more connection and more joy as a parent.

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