Ask Dr Shefali: Protecting My Kids During My Separation | Oprah’s Lifeclass | Oprah Winfrey Network




An Oprah’s Lifeclass member who is in the process of separating from her partner asks parenting expert Dr. Shefali Tsabary for advice on how to stay connected …

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Ask Dr Shefali: Protecting My Kids During My Separation | Oprah’s Lifeclass | Oprah Winfrey Network

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  1. I completely agree. She doesn't need to protect her girls, she needs to be a source of light for the girls. There are couples out there who are able to separate and divorce without taking any resentment and bitterness from it.  As long as it was an amicable separation, and both mom and dad are okay with the situation and feel it was for the best, then the girls don't feel the need to be concerned or worried. A lot of broken homes that a number of children come from are deeply impacted by the toxic energy of their environment…the yelling, the anger, the constant blaming, the bitter feuds, unresolved grudges, the tug-of-war with the kids to choose sides, etc. I think as a mom she needs to be centered and at peace with herself and not allow fear to dictate where she goes from here. She has to be on a ship that is sailing smoothly even during the storms. It is how she navigates through the storms that her daughters will see and if they can see their mother is in control and steering it into clear waters, then they have nothing to be afraid of. 

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