View image | gettyimages.com We’ll kick off a new webinar series this Tuesday May 12TH at 530PM PDT, 830 EST (2015) with a FREE WEBINAR: FIVE MOST COMMON MISTAKES OF ESTRANGED PARENTS. REGISTER HERE.
Shifting Roles During the Economic Downturn
Posted in Economic Downturn, Recommended Links
Also tagged anxiety, arguments, changing roles, communication, conflict resolution, depressed mothers, Economic Downturn, effect on masculinity, effect on the family, fathers, gender, housework, lazy husband, Marriage, masculinity, men and housework, recession, resolving conflicts
Boomer Grandparenting on PBS: Life Part 2
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Also tagged anxiety, boomer grandparents, can't see the grandkids, depressed mothers, depression, difficult daughter-in-law, divorced fathers, divorced mothers, parental alienation, Parental Estrangement, PAS
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, divorce, divorced fathers, effect on the family, fighting, having children, resolving problems, step families
View from the Bay Co-hosts Janelle Wang and Spencer Christian interview Dr Joshua Coleman on the topic of parents who have been either cut off or alienated from their grown children
Posted in Internet, Parental Estrangement, TV
Also tagged anxiety, depressed mothers, depression, difficult daughter-in-law, divorced fathers, divorced mothers, parental alienation, Parental Estrangement, PAS
I’ll be speaking at the International Conference of the San Francisco Psychotherapy Research Group on March 3. My topic is Solving Conflicts Between Parents and Adult Children.