How To Reconnect With Your Alienated Child
In this audio recording, I am sharing with you what you need to know on how to reconnect with your children. These tips are directly based on my own experience of being an alienated child. I will teach you how important it is to validate our truth and understand that the reconnection needs to be on our terms not on the targeted parent’s terms. I wish my father had these tips on hand when he was trying to reconnect with me.
Targeted Parents Pain
Dr. Sues Personal Massage:
In this audio recording, I will share my personal experiences of empowering targeted parents to move through parent alienation. I will share with you my admiration for your courage and how important your dedication is to reconnecting with your alienated child. I will explore how reaching out to your child from a place of desperation can only lead to rejection
The Importance of Validating Your Childrens Truth
5 Crucial Parenting Tips to Reconnecting With Your Alienated Child
In this audio recording, I will teach you how important it is to listen and validate your children’s “Truth” about your High Conflict Divorce. It is critical to realize that your child’s perception is their truth. You will learn:
- how to be fully present when listening to your child
- understand their responses to you
- how to respond and acknowledge their truth
- when the best time is to engage with them and
- how to listen to them and not be judgmental.
- Validating Child’s Alienation Experience
- Your Child’s Truth Is More Important Than Yours
- Listening to Your Child
- Understand their responses to you
- Acknowledging their truth
- Best Time To Engage
- Refraining from Judgment
Giving Back The Relationship That You Long For But Are Struggling To Obtain
“Empower Yourself with the Tools to Reconnect With Your Alienated Child”
I will share my secret tips on how to build a civil relationship with your ex-spouse in order to reconnect with your estranged alienated children. I will also help you learn the tools to begin rebuilding a lasting relationship with your alienated children. By teaching you how to manage your anger, frustration and learn the tools to rebuild a relationship with your alienated children, I will help you master a plan of action to achieve your goals faster than you may imagine. Included in this webinar you will be provided with email and texting examples to reach out to your children and your ex-spouse.
1. Changing Your Mindset
2. Managing Your Alienator
3. Your Power and How to Use it To Get Results
4. Your Child’s Mind-Get in it
5. Reconnection Techniques
6. Creating Your Strategic Plan
Parenting Plan (Including Download)
- Custody recommendations
- Holiday’s, Vacation & Special Days
- Division of parenting time
- Timeshare schedules
- Transportation exchanges
- Phone calls
- Financial Support of Children-Present & Future
- Medical & Dental Insurance
- Communication between parents
- Religious Training
- Extracurricular activities
- Failure to Comply
“A solid parenting plan in High Conflict Divorce Situations creates needed family structure”
The ongoing dilemma of what to do when both parents think that a child belongs to him/her alone can be confusing and create a great deal of conflict. In a custody battle parents often think in black and white. Parents will usually claim that they are the best parent. Egos and the desire to control the other parent tends to take presence over what is in the child’s best interest. Ultimately without a “parenting plan, showed” things tend to blow up. Research has shown that parents who have an agreed upon signed parenting plan have a much better co-parenting relationship. Mediators and Family Court Judges appreciate you having a detailed parenting plan.
“The best thing I ever did was use this plan to set a structured parenting plan with my ex-spouse. We were at each other’s throats before we did this. The Court actually accepted it!” (Divorced Father)
“Think of writing up your parenting plan in the way that you did a research report. Include the plan, reports of supplemental documentation, legal documents and relevant information for helping others understand what you think is in the best interest of your child.”
Breakthrough Parental Alienation Barriers
Divorce is a dissolution of the legal contract between a married couple. It means the transforming of a family, not the ending of a family. When parents separate, their family isn’t broken. Children still have parents. Parents still have children. Everyone still needs each other. Instead of thinking of the family as being broken, it is better to think of the family as reorganizing. While change is often difficult, it does not have to be destructive.
This course is designed for individuals who are experiencing a high conflict divorce and or parent alienation. The course is for individuals who want to empower themselves to move in a positive direction and create a ‘Civil’ co-parenting connection. It teaches advanced skills to promote healthy co-parenting in the mist of contention. Your certificate of completion can help you in your court case!
The course covers the following topics:
- Empowering you to take charge of your parent alienation situation.
- Understanding the process of court vs. mediation.
- Creating a successful parenting plan.
- Learning effective communication skills with your ex-spouse (alienator).
- Learning effective language with your children.
- Learning to manage your anger.
- Understanding how children experience their parent’s divorce.
- Understanding the Type of Parent Alienator you are dealing with.
- Learning breakthrough language to resolve disagreements with your Alienator in a positive way.
- Validating, listening and acknowledging each other’s parenting views.
- Validating your child’s feelings regarding the divorce.
- Preventing children from being placed in the middle of their parent’s divorce.
- Creating a healthy co-parenting atmosphere where the whole family can thrive.
- Downloadable Parenting Plan
- Sample Emails to Your Ex
- Sample Emails to Your Children
Parents report positive, lasting results with their children as well as improved relationships in all areas of their lives. This course is recommended for anyone struggling to co-parent and or reunite with their alienated children.
“This course was so helpful to my family court case. The judge appreciated that I completed this course online. It also helped me to reunite with my kids.” (Sarah, Reunited Mother)
We recommend that anyone facing a situation of divorce and custody proactively take the class to protect your children and yourself from family law disputes by learning positive strategies, conflict resolution methods, effective communication, how to design parenting plans, how to prepare for child custody evaluations and how to best work with an attorney.