The folks from the Pennsylvania Supervised Visitation Task Force have put together a very helpful video on supervised parenting time. While the team at High Conflict Central knows that you hate having your time supervised and hate it even more when you have to pay fees related to your co-parent being supervised, we hope you can understand that issues have been raised about the safety and/or well-being of your child. As we often say, you have the orders you have, not the orders you’d like to have.
Hopefully, this video explains some things about supervised parenting time and sets your mind at ease a little if you are being supervised. Also, if you do not understand what exactly led to you being ordered into supervised time, feel free to contact us. We can talk you through your situation and help you see things from best interest of a child/child development perspective.
Stay Strong and do not give up hope!
Thank you Pennsylvania Supervised parenting time task force via Video
She is so adorable. I know it can be hard, but will you try to smile? One day at a time. Smile. For the Kids. Keep it low, OK? I think we are going to try recruiting Tiana as a divorced parent mentor. She has this figured out!
Ah, those who don’t work weekends can finally relax. It’s Saturday! Whoo hoo!
A great way to recharge and fill up your spirit is to watch a movie, especially an inspirational or feel good movie. We are going to call Saturdays spirit days. Spirit is for refilling your life with:
We want to recommend movies with a message to help you recharge on the weekend after life has worn you down. Our first SPIRIT movie recommendation would make anyone feel inspired. Today’s movie title is, “The Ultimate Gift”. Check it out if you have Amazon Prime! You can also find it on the Hallmark Movies and Mysteries Channel or on Tubitv. It is also on Redbox.com on demand. Of course, you can always purchase the DVD on Amazon.com, too, but then you may have to plan to watch it next Saturday.
When your ex is acting the fool, just get outta their way! Professionals will never see what is going on when you tell them. Let them see for themselves! In our latest video, Susan will explain more about getting out of the way and allowing your ex to act a fool. Remember, just because they may be acting the fool doesn’t mean that you have to do it, too. In fact, your chance for successfully navigating family court greatly increase when you do not let your ex rattle you. Check it out!
In today’s world, gentleness is a missing ingredient. For conflicted families and anyone trying to work with or through a system, there doesn’t seem to be anything other than harsh people and hard realities. A smile could make a huge difference in someone’s day, but when I look around, I see a lot of angry or exhausted looks on people’s faces, and even I have to admit that there are days when I cannot hear one more story of someone hating their ex so much that they will harm their child in the process. Hate your ex if you think it will help (believe me when I tell you that it won’t), but I beg of you, always love your child more than you hate your ex. Too much drama can harden even hearts like mine because I am human, after all.
The following video, “God’s Glasses”, needs more views because it is a good reminder that we do not know what someone else may be going through. Let’s see if we can get it over a million views! And…always remember to utilize gentleness with the people you meet and always, always be kind.
The fruit of the spirit is:
But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law.”(Galatians 5:22-23)
Can’t adult today? Go to the park, enjoy the sunshine! If it is raining?
Go splash in the puddles! Hey, kids do it because it is fun! 5 minutes of fun won’t hurt you. Trust us, it is OK!
Out of ideas? at a loss for words? Need someone who understands? High Conflict Central is a phone call away! 1-800-516-2446
We’ll help you learn:
You've got to accentuate the positive
Eliminate the negative
Latch on to the affirmative
Don't mess with Mister In-Between
You've got to spread joy up to the maximum
Bring gloom down to the minimum
Have faith or pandemonium
Liable to walk upon the scene...
Song Written by Johnny Mercer / Harold Arlen