This is one of the TOP reasons parents turn to court….
Frustrations continue to brew because it’s the handovers where you see your Ex. You’re confronted with more lost clothes, homework that’s forgotten – and very quickly your life becomes disorganized all because of someone else – your Ex.
- What to do for lateness or no-shows?
- Do I have to share my children?
- How to get your kids to settle after they come back from your Ex’s?
- What to do when your house is quiet – too quiet!
- What to do when your teenager wants to live with your Ex.
Routine arguments are one of the largest reasons divorced parents go to court. It’s wrapped up in words like custody, visitation, orders, and parenting plans.
Like most of us, if you didn’t have children, you’d probably avoid seeing your Ex again.
But you can’t – you’ve got kids!
Ideally, wouldn’t you like the times you see your Ex to be predictable. Where you’d know what time he will actually pick up or drop off the kids.
Wouldn’t you like to have these times respectful in front of the children, and even one day friendly?
Now you can …
Here’s what happens if you don’t have a strong and well thought-out routine:
- Your Ex will end up interfering or perhaps even controlling your life with their ad-hoc demands
- You never know how to answer your children when they ask “When are we going to Dad’s next?”
- You can’t plan in advance for important events in your life, nor your holidays with your children
- You’ll get frustrated when shoes are lost and you waste your money buying replacement shoes
- You’ll have to go to Dad’s place more often to collect the homework that’s due tomorrow
If you work with the strategies I’m about to share with you:
- You’ll gain independence from your Ex more quickly
- Your children will still have sparkly eyes and smart humour because they know what to expect
- You’ll know how to handle the hand-over times, so both you and your children are comfortable with it
- Your children will come back to you with enthusiasm and huge hugs
- You’ll treasure your time with and away from your children equally
It’s so important for your children that you learn how to have strong and predictable routines. It creates their self-confidence and effects how they will make choices for themselves as they grow up.
In this program you will learn:
- How to create the best routine for your family
- 4 Key Principles your routine must have for your children’s sake
- How to solve the geographical problems with your Ex
- Helping your children adjust to the differences between your home and your Ex’s home
- How to make handovers pleasurable for you and your children
- Strategies to help your children settle when they’re home from the Ex’s place
- How to stop yourself getting frustrated at lateness or no-shows of the Ex
- When you’re alone, how to cope with the house that’s too quiet
- Step by step process to working out a routine with your Ex and children
- What to do when your teen wants to live with the Ex
- Answering the hurt and issues when your Ex’s partner has your children instead
This program is divided into 17 unique categories that thoroughly cover all you need to know to form the best routine for you and your family.
Worksheets and Checklists are included to make sure you have a great framework to start with and all you need to do is fill in the blanks.
This is a program that will put you back in charge of your own life – and you’re children will thank you for it.
Take the time now to follow these 3 simple steps:
1) Purchase this program
2) Watch the introductory video that explains everything you need to know right now
3) Start implementing what you’ve learned and start relaxing with your routine
Thanks for being a person who CARES about your family enough to take action and start creating strong routines that work for you and your children.
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“My ex spent over $18,000 on lawyer fees (at approx $300 a letter!) to get a routine that was every second weekend and half the school holidays – sharing Christmas! I wish we knew how to communicate from the start. The Complex Family Foundation is a must for anyone who doesn’t want to waste time or money after their divorce”.