Boynton Beach, FL (PressExposure) February 28, 2012 -- When parents divorce, continued conflict is bad for children. It's not the divorce itself that hurts children, it is the conflict that hurts them. Pamela S. Wynn and Shelley Grieser wanted to find an affordable way to help divorced parents avoid or end conflicts so they created the free Divorced Parent Telesummit speaker series. Divorced parents can dial in and discover new strategies to handle conflicts and common co-parenting dilemmas.The next Divorced Parent Telesummit starts on March 12, 2012.
The Divorced Parent Telesummit speakers will provide practical advice to divorced parents so they can avoid or end the conflict and help their children adjust to divorce in healthy ways so they grow up happy. In this free series, the focus will be on Money and Credit issues facing divorced parents.
Pamela S. Wynn is a collaborative divorce attorney with more than 25 years' experience. Shelley Grieser earned her Life Coach certification to expand her knowledge and develop skills to better serve her clients after she became passionate about helping others overcome the challenges of divorce, co-parenting, and moving forward with their lives.Together they have helped hundreds of parents get through the divorce process. But they found out the reason some parents do well after divorce had to do with whether the parent had support after divorce. They want to give every divorced parent a chance to benefit from renowned experts who have helped couples at war call cease fires and raise happy children despite difficult divorces.
The Divorced Parent Telesummit provides practical advice on how you can end the drama from nationally-known experts who will help divorced parents help their children and deal with money and credit. From how to avoid post-divorce emotional minefields, to how to introduce new relationships to your children to repairing credit after divorce, each evening divorced parents can dial in and discover new strategies to handle conflicts and common co-parenting dilemmas.
"By the end of this telesummit, divorced parents will have knowledge of the skills to avoid conflict and to handle conflicts as they arise when you are co-parenting," according to Shelley Grieser.
For more information, or to register for the telesummit, visit [http://www.DivorcedParentTelesummit.com]
The Divorced Parent Telesummit is the first virtual event to help divorced parents end co-parenting conflicts. Each evening, experts will provide effective tools so divorced parents can avoid or end conflicts over the children. The event is free to attend by telephone or online.