008 Dating after Divorce Rosalind Sedacca

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Dating after Divorce

Rosalind Sedacca, CCT is a Divorce & Parenting Coach and Founder of the Child-Centered Divorce Network for parents. She’s also the author of the internationally-acclaimed ebook, “How Do I Tell the Kids about the Divorce? A Create-a-Storybook Guide to Preparing Your Children – with Love!”

Rosalind provides telephone coaching services on parenting skills during and after divorce. She also offers teleseminars, Group Coaching programs and a comprehensive Audio Coaching program for parents. Rosalind personally initiated International Child-Centered Divorce Month which is commemorated every January to remind parents, educators, divorce professionals and the media about the challenges faced everyday by children of divorce.

In today’s podcast she shares important messages about dating as a parent after divorce: how let go of the past; avoid the most common mistakes divorced parents make when starting over; how to safeguard your children; and how to attract the healthy, loving relationship you desire and deserve.

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2 comments on “008 Dating after Divorce Rosalind Sedacca
  1. Have questions about dating after divorce, especially when kids are involved? Happy to answer them if you contact me at rosalindwrite@gmail.com.

  2. Angie says:

    I see too many women who, after getting a divorce, rush out and start dating any guy they can get their hands on. And to make it worse, they think every guy they meet is their “soulmate” or something so they don’t hesitate to introduce them to their kids and start acting like he’s part of the family or something.

    When you have kids you have to take it slower. The stakes are bigger; you’re playing with your kids’ happiness and emotions. Rapidly bringing new men in and out of their lives is only going to make an already stressful time even more stressful for them.

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