April 7th, 2022
After last week’s Q&A episode, I received an outpouring of submissions from listeners with questions about co-parenting, relationships, and life after divorce. So I decided to do one more Q&A episode for you!
This week I answer two co-parenting questions: one relates to how open to be with children about the details of your divorce, and the other has to do with co-parenting when your ex has a new partner. I also discuss mindset and mental health post-divorce, including how to cope with feelings of guilt or shame; and how to know if your new relationship is healthy for you.
In this episode, I answer these listener questions:
- How can I talk to my kids about the divorce process when leaving an emotionally and psychologically abusive marriage? There are things I can’t tell them in order to respect their relationship with my ex. How do I let them know I am taking a stand, his behavior was not okay, but also respect their relationship with him?
- How do you know if your new relationship is healthy? After divorcing a narcissist, I am finding it hard to trust a new man and myself fully. But, I don’t want to sabotage a new relationship.
- My husband had a three-year affair with a co-worker half his age. He is still with her and she may end up being a stepmother to my children. My ex and I co-parent beautifully right now, adding her to the mix could ruin all we have accomplished. Help?
- How do I cope with feelings of guilt or shame over my divorce?
Want your question answered in a future episode? You can submit one anonymously. Submit your questions or story, right here.
Resources & Links:
Private Coaching with Kate Anthony
Listener Q&A: Co-parenting with a Narcissist, Dealing with a Manipulative Co-parent, and Supporting Your Children Through Divorce
Listener Q&A: Guilt, Denial & Changing Your Name
Join the 3-Day/Challenge Should I Stay or Should I Go? 11am PT in My Facebook Group
Should I Stay or Should I Go Facebook Group
The Meadows Survivors 1 Program
TODAY’S EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY:
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- You understand that divorce is, first and foremost, an emotional process and you’re ready to ‘go there’