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Nat'l Child-Centered Divorce Month Launched With Free Teleseminars and Gifts for Parents!

Written By Rosalind Sedacca

The third annual National Child-Centered Divorce Month, taking place throughout July, is being launched with a series of complimentary teleseminars and bonus gifts for parents.

Divorce book author, Rosalind Sedacca, CCT, a certified corporate trainer recognized as The Voice of Child-Centered Divorce, initiated National Child-Centered Divorce Month. “These weeks are dedicated to helping parents make the best possible decisions regarding their children during and after a divorce.”

To help spread the word throughout North America a series of free teleseminars are being offered for parents, educators and others who care about these issues. “Leading professionals within the “peaceful divorce” community will be presenting vital information parents can immediately put to use as they transition through and beyond divorce,” says Sedacca, who is the founder of the Child-Centered Divorce Network.

The schedule of teleseminar topics and dates can be found at www.childsharing.com/childcentereddivorce, then click on Teleseminar Events.

All through July, at www.childsharing.com/childcentereddivorce there will also be links to free ebooks, coaching sessions and other complimentary gifts for divorcing and divorced parents.

Professionals who share Sedacca’s concerns, including therapists, attorneys, mediators, financial planners, coaches, educators, clergy and others, will be providing articles, interviews, seminars, coaching sessions and other events geared toward helping parents create a peaceful and successful Child-Centered Divorce in the months and years following divorce. Their message: Regardless of your own emotional state, think first about your children’s emotional and psychological needs when making decisions related to divorce or separation.

“While our divorce legal system needs considerable reform, it is also essential for us to bring a heightened awareness to parents about their responsibility to their children’s well-being before, during and after divorce,” says Sedacca, who is the author of the professionally acclaimed ebook, How Do I Tell the Kids about the Divorce? A Create-a-Storybook Guide to Preparing Your Children — with Love!

“Parenting is a life-long process, even when you get a divorce,” she adds. “We need to provide better resources and teach better coping skills to parents so they can understand the short- and long-term effects of divorce upon their children.”

Parents, the media and divorce professionals interested in learning more about activities related to National Child-Centered Divorce Month can learn more at: www.childcentereddivorce.com, and www.childsharing.com/childcentereddivorce.

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