Ex-Wife Is Threatening To Take Away Your Kids Is your ex-wife threatening to take your kids away from you? Is your husband in constant fear and turmoil, because his children’s mother uses his kids against him? If you just replied ‘yes’ to either of these questions, chances are you’re feeling pretty powerless. In some situations, and someContinue reading “Is Your Ex-Wife Threatening To Take Your Kids Away?”
date a dad If you’re reading this blog, chances are you either are or are thinking about dating a dad. Maybe you’re nervous and have some apprehensions. Maybe you’ve heard the “horror” stories or you’ve had family members warning you NOT to make this mistake. If that is you, then you’ve come to the rightContinue reading “Should You Date A Dad?”
Living in a blended family is a true trial & test for your marriage. The pressure continually keeps growing and you can’t remember the last time you were IN your comfort zone. As a young American woman who doesn’t speak Dutch (the language of the land she lives in), Chey knows all too well how itContinue reading “Breaking News: The EX ISN’T Your Biggest Problem”
Can you remember back to the time when you and your husband were just dating? As Kim and I were dating long-distance from the US to Europe late 2018, I remember having endless conversations over FaceTime. Thank GOD for modern day technology, which made sure we were talking face-2-face, even though we were thousands of miles away. It must’ve been on one of our very first convos that the topic of babies was broughtContinue reading “Planning for An Ours Baby”
Over the past decade, I’ve had many opportunities to practice my transition muscle. In this blog I’d like to share with you what I’ve learned along the way, so that you don’t have to waste time finding this stuff out on your own. It’s with honor that I share with you my top 3 tipsContinue reading “3 Tips For Bio Parents On How To Have Smoother Transitions”
Being a part of a stepfamily isn’t always easy. Where we can’t change most of our circumstances, what we can do is remain flexible, lay down some boundaries and focus our mind on the similarities in our families rather than all the differences and challenges.
Come on…be honest. Did anyone else roll their eyes a little when reading that title? You wouldn’t be alone if you did. Even, I (Cheyanne), a TOTAL optimist, was a little skeptical when I began this post. It’s not that we don’t believe in healthy co-parenting. It’s more so that we, as coaches, have heardContinue reading “3 Tips To A Healthier & More Positive Co-Parenting Experience”