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"Co-parenting doesn't have to be hard or mean sacrificing either your family or your happiness," says Teresa Harlow. "It's simply a matter of focus and choices."
COLUMBUS, OH, September 27, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ -- When people are in conflict over personal or professional issues, emotions become charged, and communicating becomes challenging. As parties focus on fighting rather than on advancing the conversation, the progress halts. But author Teresa Harlow has developed a four-step formula for transforming combative relationships into collaborative partnerships - particularly for divorced and separated parents.
In her latest book, Combative to Collaborative: The Co-Parenting Code (released September 15, 2021), she teaches parents how to apply these four steps in their parenting relationship. By learning how to move past conflict, both children and their parents can enjoy greater happiness. The book has been endorsed by best-selling authors Jack Canfield (Chicken Soup for the Soul series) and Gary Chapman (The Five Love Languages) for giving concrete steps on how parents can support one another as co-parents. It teaches how parents can move from anger, hurt, and loss to consideration, kindness, and cooperation.
"Co-parenting doesn't have to be hard or mean sacrificing either your family or your happiness," says Teresa. "It's simply a matter of focus and choices."
Teresa has spent over 30 years in corporate settings and as a business owner working with people to achieve feats they thought were impossible. As an author and speaker, Teresa helps teams and individuals to adopt an empathetic mindset, reconcile combative behaviors, and enjoy more collaborative relationships.
About: Teresa Harlow has been co-parenting for two decades and has written two books on the topic. Her latest book, Combative to Collaborative: The Co-Parenting Code (available September 15, 2021), has been endorsed by best-selling authors Jack Canfield and Gary Chapman. Teresa's mission is to take collaborative co-parenting from the exception to the expectation. You can learn more at teresaharlow.com.
For more information, visit the online press kit teresaharlow.onlinepresskit247.com. To request an interview with Teresa Harlow, contact International Publicist Michelle Tennant Nicholson: [email protected] or 828-749-3200.
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