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Step-Family Coaching

Making a smooth transition

Parents are human beings with adult needs and odds are pretty good, they will at some point post-divorce start to date, maybe fall in love and decide to re-partner in some form.  In post-divorce family relationships, this is not as simple an event as it was the first time around.  This time, you have a co-parenting relationship of some kind with another adult who at one time was a physical and emotional intimate.  You have children living in your household for periods of time and the physical, emotional and financial obligations that that entails.  You have an existing parenting style, values and household rules.  Introducing a new partner into this mix is a complicated process regardless of whether or not she or he has children or no children.  How this occurs – from dating through move in – has a huge impact on the success of