Here is our Give-Away for October 2018
Financial dependence / independence is probably one of our biggest concerns during divorce. Ilze Alberts, author of PASSING the TORCHhas generously donated two autographed copies of her book, one of which will be kept in our Library and the other one will be given away in a lucky draw. To enter the draw, please click the link provided below. The draw will take place at 12:00 (SAST) on Wednesday, 31 October 2018.
This Lucky Draw is Closed: Congratulations to the winner, Heidi!
When we divorce, we generally lose a large part of our accumulated wealth. In stead of allowing this set-back to handicap us permanently, the void that we are left with can become the driving force behind recovering from the loss, if we unlock our authentic vision and implement practical steps.
Wealth Psychologist, Ilze Alberts teaches us how to generate wealth and preserve it for future generations. She explains why a family’s wealth consists of much more than just the quantitative (financial) capital, but other qualitative capitals as well. This remarkable book inspires you for a lifelong, dedicated and action-driven journey to prosperity.
This Lucky Draw is Closed
Being a Master Demartini Facilitator and international speaker with more than 30 years of experience as a qualified psychologist, Ilze shows families strategies to achieve personal well-being, financial independence and strong relationships.
She is a founding member of Fair Divorce Practitioners and also offers an online course Powerful Handling of Divorce for Parents, incorporating her valuable experience with helping families through the process as well as her own successful transition through divorce and blending families.
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At 10:00(SAST) on Tuesday, 23rd October, Rapid Rules for Special Occasions of Divorced Families will be available online, with answers to the questions that you post below:Please fill in the form below to submit any questions you’d like me to answer on this topic.
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Our September Give-Away!
Sandra Levins, author of Was It the Chocolate Pudding?has generously donated two autographed copies of her book, one of which will be kept in our Library and the other one will be given away in a lucky draw. To enter the draw, please click the link provided below. The draw will take place at 12:00 (SAST) on Wednesday, 3 October 2018.
This moving story of a little boy who believes he is the reason for his parents’ divorce, shows young children that their behaviour has absolutely no bearing on adult things that happen between their parents. It also contains helpful guidelines to parents who find themselves in this predicament.
Award-winning author Sandra Levins, writes about important issues that affect children and families. She says she fell in love with the message behind the stories in her children’s books and the notion that they can make a positive difference in their lives. Together with her husband Jim, their diverse family from Iowa includes five sons, their partners, and five adorable grandchildren.
Illustrator Bryan Langdo has done picture books, chapter books, workbooks, character design, magazine spots, flash cards, and even a couple of mazes. When not working in his studio, he loves exploring the woods in New Jersey.
Here is our August Give-Away!
Allan Freeman-Jones, author of Parental Alienation: A Loving Father’s Lost Yearshas generously donated four autographed copies of his book, two of which will be kept in our Library and the other two will be given away in a lucky draw. To enter the draw, please click the link provided below. The draw will take place at 12:00 (SAST) on Monday, 27 August 2018.
Although Allan Freeman-Jones was present at the birth of his son, Timothy, he was no longer in a relationship with the baby’s mother. Despite having a parenting plan in place, Allan had limited contact with Timothy for three years as a result of routine contraventions thereof and false allegations which were found to be unsubstantiated. When Allan started seeing the effects of alienation on his little boy, he made a selfless decision not to subject his son to any further mental and emotional abuse, by absenting himself from Timothy’s life. While longing for the day when he can be reunited with his son, Allan is focused on raising awareness of parental alienation and helping other alienated parents and family members.
This touching recount of a father’s struggle to have a healthy relationship with his new-born son, offers a chronological order of events, diarising the first three years of a young child’s life amidst the devastation of alienation. At the same time, it documents the challenges faced in terms of co-parenting under these circumstances, the reasoning behind leaving his child’s life and the difficult process of picking up the pieces of a broken heart. It also contains legal documentation of the battle as it unfolded in the Australian courts.
It is certainly recommended reading for anyone experiencing the same hardship and wanting to find answers to the many philosophical questions arising from such.
I recently had a wonderful chat with Benito Vergotine, on The Honest Truth, on SmileFM Radio, about Mother’s Day. We discussed practical tips for divorced fathers to help their children celebrate their mother as well as ways for a divorced mother to teach her children how to celebrate such a special occasion without the help of a spouse.
Thank you Benito, for the opportunity to help families who are going through the life changes of divorce!
Here is our June Give-Away!
Herve G-Wery, author of WE LOVE YOU No Matter Whathas generously donated two autographed copies of his book, one of which will be kept in our Library and the other will be given away in a lucky draw. To enter the draw, please click the link provided below. The draw will take place at 12:00 (SAST) on Friday, 8 June 2018.
Herve G-Wery‘s divorce was a catalyst for this project, as he aims to help families, particularly children, cope with separation. For most people this means the end of love, but for Herve it didn’t end with his divorce, because the love he and his ex-wife shared for their daughter was stronger. Herve crafted a special book to tell his daughter about their separation. In her book she discovered her parents story, her story – a love story.
Organised like a photo album, it guides a child through the family story of where the parents come from, events such as how they met, the wedding, the decision to separate and the future beyond that. There is also a Declaration of Commitment for parents to sign at the end of the book.