Last week I decided to do a 5 day Family Self care challenge. Each day we discussed different topics to help bring families together and help them heal. Each day I gave homework that each participant would do. Below are the topics and all 5 live videos.
Day 1 Emotions
Day 2 Physical
Day 3 Spiritual
Day 4 Mental
Day 5 Social
Communication is the most important part of co-parenting. You must be able to communicate as two adults when it comes to your child. You first have to learn what form of communication works for the two of you. I teach this in my Co-Parent like a Boss program. Not everybody communicate the same. I always suggest that important matters be discussed either in person or over the phone so that the information don't get misinterpreted. Watch video below. Click link to get more information about my program.
Way too often I see mothers trying to control a father when it's comes to those who have to co-parent. Let me tell you that it is wrong on every level. It is not just your child. Fathers have rights as well. You cannot dictate what they can and cannot do with their child. They have equal rights as you. Men you need to stop letting mothers get away with this and educate yourself on your rights. The only way you can't do what you want is when a court order is involved. I have a co-parenting contract for those who want to lay down mutual ground rules when dealing with the other parent. Click link below to get the contract. Watch video below.
Giving up should never be an option if you are a parent. Nobody win when you give up. Giving up only make matters stay the same or worsen. You need to push through for the sake of your child.
When it comes to co-parenting my goal is to eliminate courts making decisions for you. You don't need a judge to make the decisions for you. As an adult you should be able to sit down and make decisions for your child without drama. Watch video below
This is simply my review on the therapy session that Charlamagne did a month or so ago. A lot of important topics were talked about that I found interesting.
This topic made people feel some kind of way. As a single mother I made the decision to not fee into the retail holidays and chose not to have my child believe in Santa Claus, Easter Bunny, Tooth fairy, etc. He is aware of how hard I work to reward him with gifts. We don't overdue it. We focus more on spending time with the family and showing our love in other ways. Watch video below
Behavior is a learned thing. You have to model who you want your child to be. You can't get mad at them for acting in a way that you taught them their whole life. They learned it from you. People get mad at the way their child act out but they are the one who taught them that behavior.
A lot of times people don't bother reaching out for help due to the fact they feel like over time the problem will resolve itself. Other times they feel like they are not the problem in the situation. Aren't you tired of putting off your situation? Aren't you ready for a change? Watch the video below.
Too often people put more energy into solving the blame and not the problem at hand. As a Parent Coach I see this a lot with parents. They can't co-parent because they are busy pointing the finger and blaming each other. While the finger is being pointed at each other in regards to who did what the problem is abandoned. This video below discuss my opinion on the matter.
My name is Coach Mo and I coach parents to co-parent with success to coexist in child's life positively.