AARP The Stranger in Your Family Dr. Coleman was interviewed in a recent AARP article by Meredith Maran on parental estrangement. To read the whole article go here: The Stranger in Your Family
Dr. Coleman was on the Today Show July 6th, talking about parental estrangement. Click here to view the segment.
I am currently offering recordings and transcripts of my webinars for couples and parents of young children. Below is the list of topics. If you’d like to order scroll to the bottom of this post. 1) Is My Marriage or Relationship Hurting My Children? 2) Five Steps to Fighting Fair: Learning How to Manage Marital […]
Dear Dr. Coleman, What do you do when you don’t like the kids of the man you married? I married a great guy 3 years ago, love of my life, but his kids drive me up the wall. They’re disrespectful to him (not to me yet, but I’m sure that’s coming), demanding, and spoiled. Worse, […]
Dear Dr. Coleman, I recently saw your appearance on ABC-TV where you stated that it is important for both parents, no matter what the circumstances leading to deciding to divorce, to tell the children it is a mutual decision. I can understand your reason for this yet I have this question. For me, choosing to […]
Many parents worry about whether they’re hurting their kids by fighting in front of them. Join Dr. Coleman on View from the Bay as he discusses the Do’s and Don’ts!
Posted in Marriage, Parenting, Recommended Links, TV
Also tagged arguments, communication, conflict resolution, depressed mothers, developing relationship step children, divorced fathers, effect on the family, fighting, having children, resolving problems, step families, worry about child
NPR: Diane Rehm: Estranged Parents: Interview with Dr. Coleman on his book WHEN PARENTS HURT: Compassionate Strategies When You and Your Grown Child Don’t Get Along
Posted in Discussion Threads, Radio
Also tagged anxiety, conflict resolution, depressed mothers, difficult daughter-in-law, divorced father, divorced fathers, divorced mother, divorced mothers, estrangement, family, hurt parent, parental abuse, parental estrangement. rejected parent, PAS, sad parent, wounded parent
What do you tell your kids when they find out that one of their parents has had an affair? How does the discover of an affair affect a child? Can families ever recover? Listen to the recording of Dr. Coleman and psychotherapist Susan Berger, MFT on Childhood Matters Radio with host Rona Renner KISS 98.1FM […]
Posted in Affairs, Betrayals, Radio, Recommended Links
Also tagged affairs, after the affair, anger after a betrayal, anxiety, betrayal, cheating husbands, cheating wives, depression, handling an affair, should I leave my spouse for cheating, surviving an affair
I’ll be speaking at the Council on Contemporary Families spring conference at Augustana College on Friday and Saturday April 16th, 2010 on the topic : Stay or Go For the Sake of the Kids
With our divorce-happy culture, it is easy to give in to the belief that you have married the wrong person. Do not rush into a separation. Instead, go to personal counseling, go to couples counseling. Make an effort to save your marriage.