New year, new you.
So much jargon when it comes to the new year.
Here’s what I’m finding:
Change can happen at any point of any given year, not just when the calendar rolls over to the next year.
Over the past few years, I’ve struggled with my identifying my niche, my reason for starting a blog.
Things really started narrowing down a couple of years ago. The more I wrote about high conflict
Finally, I felt comfortable in what I was writing and started to feel self-validated because people were being helped by the content I was producing.
After much prayer, I have finally landed!
Unrehearsed will become Parallel Parenting PAUSE.
So, let me reintroduce myself:
Hi, I’m Tiffany and welcome to the ONLY resource for
There are many coparents who aren’t experiencing the amicable, civil “co” part of parenting with an ex. They struggle and fight within themselves because they want to do what’s best for their children.
But they’re tired of being a doormat.
Tired of being taken advantage of.
Tired of the lies, the disrespect, the bad-mouthing.
They’re tired of bad-mouthing their ex to their family and friends…or their kids.
High conflict coparenting can happen on all ends of the spectrum. Moms and dads can be the recipients of the drama
the creators of the drama.
Either way, there is a better way.
Parallel parenting (high conflict
If you’re in a high conflict coparenting relationship with an ex, allow me to help you hit PAUSE.
P – Parent independently from your ex by controlling YOU.
A – Adopt a limited contact approach with your ex.
U – Use boundaries consistently with yourself and your ex.
S – Start responding instead of reacting.
E – Exit the high conflict by disengaging your ex.
Afraid you won’t remember to hit PAUSE? No worries, download the freebie below.
Which disengaging techniques are you interesting in learning more about?