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Reflective Parenting in the case of divorce or separation

Reflective Parenting in the case of divorce or separation

When parents get divorced or separated they usually know to tell their child that “Even though we no longer love each other, we still both love you very much and always will.”  This is great to tell a child. But it’s not enough. The child also needs to be able to love each parent very much!  This is your role as a reflective parent, in the case of divorce or separation. You must give your child the space and the encouragement to love you as well as your Ex, and to have a good relationship with both of you as much as possible and for as long as they want.

 

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As a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, I have been in private practice for over 35 years, with a special interest in parents and couples.

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November 16, 2017
  • Reflect to Connect: The What, Why and How of Relationship Building With Your Child November 16, 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm PS1 Pluralistic School 1225 Broadway , CA 90404, Santa Monica, CA, 90004

    Reflect to Connect: The What, Why and How of Relationship Building With Your Child: Regina Pally will talk about her book, ‘The Reflective Parent: How to do less and relate more with your kids’ at PS1, Pluralistic School. 

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