When “We’ll work it out” doesn’t work out

Sometimes separated parents try hard but can’t come up with an agreement that they both stick to.

If you keep agreeing and then not sticking to your agreement, I can help you to identify how to make your agreement stick even if I see one parent, not both.

Coaching may be a solution to “we’ll work it out”.

Send a message to Tess and arrange a session to prepare yourself for an agreement that will stick.

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Argyll FDRP

Let me help you untangle the knot in the way of getting on with parenting. My focus is on guiding you through this stressful time towards being the best parents you can be.

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