Why People Behave Badly During Divorce – And How to Make Better Choices

Why people behave badly during divorce

Faculty Member: Pegotty Cooper, MBA, CDC®, Certified President of Divorce Coaching, Inc.

Facilitator: Cathy Meyer, Cathy Meyer, Master Certified Coach, Certified Legal Investigator and Marriage Enrichment Coach

Anxiety, stress, and intense emotions will greatly impact how a person behaves during their divorce. But, sometimes, these emotions can make someone unreasonable, or even out of control, during a time when emotions should be put to the side and parties should focus on the issues at hand. Certified divorce coach Pegotty Cooper explains the reasons for why one might be displaying such behavior and what can be done to start making better choices today — and possibly have a healthy divorce. More

Pegotty Cooper is President of Divorce Coaching, Inc., celebrating 5 years in training and certifying personal Divorce Coaches. She is also a co-author of the recently released book Divorce: Overcome the Overwhelm and Avoid the Six Biggest Mistakes. We need you in our community changing the face of divorce!

What you will learn from this podcast session: “Why People Behave Badly During Divorce – And How to Make Better Choices”

man-and-woman-fightingThis session will discuss:

  • types of bad behavior that occur during divorce
  • what motivates someone to be angry or unreasonable
  • what someone can do in moments where they feel out of control
  • if there are ways to change someone who is being irrational
  • where you can go to find practical and emotional support
  • what a parent can do to ensure their children don’t get caught up and impacted by bad behaviors on the part of the other parent
  • how someone can take the high road in a divorce
  • whether or not it’s possible to have a healthy divorce.
  • Jennifer
    Posted at 17:21h, 22 October

    Personally in my own personal “opinion” there is always one person in the pair whos feelings are alot or a little more for the other person. They take the partner leaving as a betrayal in itself so they make the situation as difficult as they can so the other can be just as infuriated.

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