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DO YOU FEEL DISCOURAGED, STRESSED AND ANXIOUS? DO YOU TAKE IT OUT ON YOUR KIDS?

I help Co-parents unlock the mystery of a harmonious arrangement for lasting change !

Dear Parents,

Co-parenting without guidance isn’t easy! I know where you are coming from. I’ve been through this myself. This is a new transition for the whole family. This is a new era of co-parenting, and though it’s not easy, we must accept the new reality in order to develop kinder, gentler ways to handle difficult encounters.

30 years ago, it was customary to attend marriage preparation courses. Today, co-parenting and a blended family life is more common therefore, when a marriage ends, education and preparation areAnna Giannone Book Lauch critical key elements for the success of a family moving forward.

Prior to mediation sessions, an introductory co-parenting program is essential. Discover how I can help you build a more satisfactory co-parenting arrangement with your ex-spouse in order to reduce stress, courtroom drama and achieve tranquility for your benefit and especially for the well-being of your child(ren).

My lastest achievement As a Best International Author and Seller for my book  Co-Parenting in Harmony: The Art of Putting Your Child’s Soul First © is for parents struggling with effective co-parenting. One of the most difficult challenges divorced couples face is establishing a code of conduct for co-parenting that works for their new family dynamic.  A must read for all co-parents and stepparents for your peace of mind and for the sake of your children. I was featured on  Breakfast TV Interview August 23, 16   Read my personal story about Co-Parenting in Harmony© is possible.

Your child’s chances of leading a healthy, successful life are directly linked to how you and your ex-spouse relate to each other. An insecure and fearful child cannot learn. It is therefore essential to keep the best interests of your child in mind. To compromise and to have a collaborative mindset with your ex-spouse will have a major positive impact on your child’s behavior.

Discover how you can make positive co-parenting work for you and your child once you begin to achieve your goals and create momentum on a regular basis, you’ll notice how good you feel by understanding how today’s actions will affect your future. My programs are specifically designed to avoid courtroom drama, achieve peace of mind and create harmony within the reorganized family structure.

Build an amicable relationship with your ex-spouse and allow your child feel that you are all in it together.

You cannot rewrite the past, but you can clearly create a better future for the whole family.

Believe me, it’s possible, I’ve done it!

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To support co-parents, step-parents and family members to shift their attention from the personal aspects of divorce and focus on their children in order to provide them with awareness and motivate them to reach conscious communication so as to improve co-parental relationships.  Ultimately the goal is to enable parents to provide a nurturing and non-threatening home environment.
Help co-parents and step-parents find solutions that bring a positive impact every day, and build amicable relationships to build a stronger co-parent team and create healthier bonding for your child’s well-being. It’s possible to succeed and have well-adjusted co-parenting families that permit children the space to heal from their broken homes and thrive in their new family dynamic.
Putting your child’s needs first is the most important way to protect your child’s innocence and safeguard healthy development. Parenthood is forever, therefore, conscious communication is important when co-parenting. It is a direct and powerful way to reduce all kinds of hurt and it keeps the children well balanced.

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