Tuesday 4th June at 13:00-14:00, £15
What Changed? Relationships after Children
(best suited for those with children 0-10years)
“Becoming a parent changes your life”… & especially your relationship. However, with the focus on the birth & baby, we don’t talk about the inevitable relationship changes much.
This webinar will bring a deeper understanding to the impact on your relationship & positive ways to help yourself & your relationship.
Having become a parent, do you
- Feel more resentful or angry with your partner?
- Sound like your own parents & wish you didn’t?
- Wish your partner got how different it is for men & women?
In understanding more about the inevitable changes in your relationship as parents, whether you are in the early years or your children are at primary school, this webinar will help you
- Learn to talk about expectations & hold clear boundaries
- Value the differences between you & your partner as parents
- Know what is linked to your family history, & have more choice around this
We all need positive support as parents & this is an easy way to get it from the comfort of your own sofa – which might be key if you’re sleep deprived & / or juggling a lot.
This webinar is part of a series. I will be running these, as well as more in-depth & interactive virtual group sessions where there will be a chance to delve deeper, explore specific situations & address some unanswered questions. I am mindful of the need for confidentiality, so these will be set up appropriately.
The rest of the series will include:
- Shifting Relationship Dynamics
- Recovering after Affairs
- Relationships in Step & Blended Families
- Abusive Relationships
There may be additional topics in response to participants questions. Dates to follow shortly.
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