Boundaries After Divorce
Everything you Need to Create Your Happily Ever After Enroll in Course
I had just dropped the children to school and was showering before I went to work. I was singing in the shower so happy to be in my own place and living my own life after the last horrible months of my marriage (three months earlier). I shut off my shower and opened the curtain to see my ex standing quietly staring at me in MY BATHROOM! I screamed and wrapped the curtain around me. He said don't be so dramatic, I've seen it all before and went on to talk about whatever was on his mind and I couldn't tell you what that was because all I was thinking was WILL HE EVER GET THAT WE ARE DONE? Then of course I grabbed a towel, told him to get out and don't ever come back in again which resulted in an argument. I understood in that moment that he had very different expectations than I did.
I lacked direction and I WANTED TO MOVE ON WITH MY LIFE and realized that I needed to establish BOUNDARIES
I developed a number of strategies to redefine the post separation relationship which left no room for confusion about the relationship and now I want to share them with you to help get you to a healthier post separation/ divorce relationship.
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Colleen Jean (CJ) Rice
A contributor to coParenter, Colleen Rice is a coParenting Consultant from Alberta, Canada. She keeps busy with her full time job as a Supervisor for a Family Intervention Program, and owner of her own Divorce Support Company; Family Nexus inc. Colleen is a wife and mother to three, two of who she coParents with their father. Through career in Child Protection and personal experiences she has seen firsthand the detrimental effects of divorce on children. Colleen has developed programming to educate parents on how to co-parent in healthy ways so that children can grow healthy and have best outcomes. You can learn more about Healthy coParenting at myfamilynexus.com, on Twitter @mycoparenter and on a Facebook support group called Coparenting Collective.