“The best security blanket a child can have is parents who respect one another” ~Jane Blaustone
WELCOME. Cassie Ragsdell, RN has been modeling co-parenting best practices for eight years, successfully raising her son with his father by putting the child’s needs first. She is now coaching other divorced, blended, and separated parents to adopt the same practices.
The transition from spouses or partners to co-parents is often difficult, even for those who separate on the best of terms. However you became a co-parent, whether it was your choice, the other persons, or a mutual decision, working as a team is going to be most beneficial to the child or children you share. Parenting plans and effective communication skills are a great way to begin to work together as co-parents. If you want to reduce tensions and create a better relationship between the both of you then a Co-Parenting Coach can help you communicate more effectively and create and implement a parenting plan that will work. Co-Parent Coaching isn’t just for starting out on the co-parent path, it can also help you throughout your child’s life as you work through things such as letting go of grief, learning forgiveness, new marriages, birth of half-siblings, moves, or any other family events that affect your child.
Statistics are showing approximately 50% of American children will witness the breakup of a parent’s marriage. Forty percent of children growing up in America today are being raised without their fathers. These statistics are expected to increase. For your child to feel loved, secure, and confident in his/her world, your child needs the positive influence of both parents and in most cases, step-parents and guardians.
Cassie Ragsdell is bringing healthy back to parenting. Helping you make sure your child thrives under the support of a loving, (un)divided coalition for his/her well being.