December 11, 2020

If you are a stepparent or partner to an alienated “chosen” parent your role is important and unique and often the catalyst or bridge for the reunification with their beloved children. Chosen parent is the coined name I have given to the alienated parents because their children have chosen them to lead their family out of

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November 6, 2020

Holidays can be difficult even when you don’t have to arrange for the children to spend time in multiple households. Not only do you and your ex have to make arrangements for them, but two sets of grandparents and perhaps aunts, uncles, and cousins will want time with them too. What to do?

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October 9, 2020

If you are ready to recover your authentic children, this post is for you…Chosen (targeted, alienated) Parents ask me all the time- what can I do, my child hates me? Should I keep showing up? Should I keep reaching out? My response is always the same, I remind the Chosen Parent that your beloved child

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September 19, 2019

This guest post from Certified Conscious Co-Parenting Coach, Michael Lewis, and was originally published on his website, insideauthenticminds.com Tom just seemed like a quirky guy (or so I thought at the time), but hindsight is a funny thing… it gives us a whole new perspective. Twenty-five years later I can finally recognize the truth: Tom

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August 20, 2019

No divorce is easy, but some can be really, really tough, where the hurt seems to come in waves, bowling you over in an emotional surf. When a divorce gets messy like this, it’s sometimes all you can do just to hang on, trusting that once the divorce is finalized, the pain will begin to

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