Don’t make your children pay the price for your divorce!
If you have kids, you’re going to face and have the most difficult conversation you may ever have. And you want to get it “right.” You don’t want to hurt your children. There’s so much at stake. Please have a heart and try your level best not to hurt them even though you are hurting and coming to terms to the end of your marriage or relationship with someone you loved or used to love.
Rosalind have been where you are and understands how you feel. The anxiousness, worry and maybe even terrified at the prospect of having to tell the children that their wonderful, innocent and blissful future is about to come to an end.
This is her story and from her own personal experiences, she has developed a guide to help and walk you through and overcome this emotional hurdle.
My name is Rosalind Sedacca…. I’ve been where you are now – and I understand how you feel. I never thought my marriage would end in divorce. I’m sure you didn’t either. But mine did end more than a decade ago. And now it’s happening to you.
Whether you’re getting divorced or separated, it’s a challenging time. For you, your spouse, and especially for your innocent children. I know … because I went through it too. I struggled with the anger, the hurt, the gut-wrenching fear, as well as the anxiety and guilt. What’s worse, I struggled with the burning question that kept me up for weeks.
How do I tell the kids?
Questions? Questions? Questions?. When to break the news to the children? How am I going to tell them? Do I do it alone or must I do it with my soon to be ex spouse? Most importantly: where do I start and what am I going to say.
Yes I’ve been there. And I stayed up for many sleepless nights trying to figure out the best way to break the news. Ultimately I came up with an innovative, yet simple new approach that was very successful for me and the hundreds of other families that have been using it since I launched my book.
I am excited to share this approach with you. And I want to remind you that you’re not alone. There are answers to your questions. There’s also a simple way to tell your children in a manner that eases their pain, reassures them of your love and helps them get through the transition that lies ahead.
Testimonials and endorsements for Rosalind
Clinical Psychologist, Jack Singer says …
“Rosalind Sedacca’s ‘How Do I Tell the Kids about the DIVORCE?’ is a much needed breakthrough in the emotional minefield that parents traverse when they prepare their children for an impending divorce. The template, storybook strategy sends sensitive, kind, loving and safe messages, which every child needs as they prepare for the scary unknown. I recommend her book for everyone who has children and is contemplating divorce.” –Jack Singer, Ph.D., Licensed Clinical & Forensic Psychologist, Expert Witness, Custody and Family Matters
35-year therapist, Beverly Gibel says …
“Rosalind Sedacca has made a monumental contribution to self-help resources in an area that affects the lives of millions of men, women and children. After 35 years of counseling people in various stages of uncoupling, I can testify to the urgent need of a “how to” guide for people contemplating divorce. This book offers them a “life preserver.” I have already referred my patients to this material and have received great feedback. I cannot recommend this book highly enough.” –Beverly Gibel, LCSW, ACSW, BCD
Noted Celebrity Divorce Attorney Raoul Felder says …
“How Do I Tell the Kids…about the DIVORCE? is unique in that it offers parents an innovative approach to having that difficult and usually dreaded initial conversation with their children and making it as positive and supportive as possible. The fill-in-the-blanks template concept is original and will be an extremely useful tool for families during a difficult time. A parent contemplating a divorce would be well served by reading this valuable book.” –Raoul Felder, Divorce Attorney
5-year divorce attorney Richard Kulerski says …
“Rosalind Sedacca has just improved the lives of countless children. I have practiced divorce law for 45 years and will attest to the importance of how children are introduced to their parents’ divorce. How Do I Tell the Kids about the Divorce? gives us something simple and sound to rely upon. There is absolutely no downside to Rosalind’s storybook concept. It’s all good and it beats anything else that I’ve come across. In fact, it’s great and it is definitely something that the world has needed. The book is a winner and it is also a lifesaver.” –J. Richard Kulerski, Esq
Divorce Mediator Belinda Rachman says …
“Rosalind Sedacca has invaluable information to share with divorcing parents. There is no other book a couple needs to help them with the most difficult conversation a parent can have with a child, that their parents are getting divorced. You are VERY lucky to have found my partner in the peaceful divorce movement.” –Belinda Rachman, Esq
Author and Parenting Specialist, Dr. Sally Goldberg says …
“This hands-on interactive storybook is a must for all parents going through a divorce. It is a step-by-step guide for appropriately including children in the process. No parent should leave their home without it!” –Sally Goldberg, PhD, Center for Successful Children