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Conflicts with a co-parent, family member, co-worker, or customer can have devastating impacts on our health and happiness, and prevent us from living our best life. What if you could transform conflict into collaboration?
I’m Teresa Harlow, founder of Promethean Problem Solvers. As a professional speaker, best-selling author, co-parenting coach, & family mediator, I champion conflict resolution & collaboration among co-parents, co-workers, and clients.
Ready to fix your most challenging relationships and reclaim your sanity? Read an article, listen to a podcast, get my book, invite me to speak, or have me walk the journey with you as your co-parenting coach or mediator. Let’s do this!
Speaking | Coaching | Books | Mediation
Speaking of Collaboration…
Everyone knows toxic communications can destroy relationships, teams, and can even sink a business. What are you doing to ensure your teams know how to prevent or diffuse hostility and move from combative to collaborative when tensions flare?
Dynamic speaker and bestselling author Teresa Harlow has spent over 30 years helping teams and individuals achieve feats they thought were impossible. Using the power of storytelling coupled with her deep experience in creative problem solving and getting results, Teresa will prepare your group to improve every relationship and recast the impossible as possible.
Whether you’re looking for a keynote or a workshop, Teresa’s valuable and practical message will provide your group with a roadmap to immediately improve their most important relationships.
Co-parent Coaching Services
Want a Co-parenting Coach’s Help?
After you divorce or separate from your child’s other parent, your parenting journey continues. Some find it easy. Some find it hard. And some find it impossible. Regardless of whether you like it or not, you will be co-parenting with this person for the rest of your life. Would you like to make that journey easier? Would you like to be a better parent to your children following divorce?
I’ve been a co-parent for over 20 years and a stepparent for more than 15 years. It wasn’t always easy. It took intention and a maniacal focus on what is important. For me, that was to be a good parent. No one else could do that for me. But I did not believe this had to come at the sacrifice of my personal happiness. So I set out to solve that problem. As a result, I came up with the 3 Cs of Collaborative Co-parenting—Civility, Communication, and Caring. These 3 Cs make up the foundation of my co-parent coaching approach.
If you’d like help with your co-parenting journey, read more about how my co-parent coaching can help you. Not sure? Schedule a free consultation and let’s talk.
Bestselling Co-parenting Book
“This book is a true breakthrough for co-parents struggling to positively interact or who want to get it right from the beginning. I highly recommend it!” — Jack Canfield, Coauthor of Chicken Soup for the Soul
“Couples who have experienced the trauma of divorce and are trying to co-parent their children in the best possible way, will find this book extremely helpful.” — Gary Chapman, Ph.D. Author of The 5 Love Languages
Co-parenting doesn’t have to be hard, or mean sacrificing either your family or your own happiness. It’s simply a matter of focus and choices.Combative to Collaborative: The Co-parenting Code channels parents’ interactions with each other to what they really want…to be good parents together. But while most co-parenting books tell parents to just put the kids first even if that means sacrificing their own happiness, Combative to Collaborative shows parents how supporting each other as good parenting partners ensures they do what’s best for their kids while also achieving personal happiness. Move from anger, hurt, and loss to consideration, kindness, and cooperation.
You will discover:
- How to diffuse a co-parent’s snarky behavior and avoid triggering their hostility
- How to recognize your own combative behaviors and stop exhibiting them
- How to plan for co-parenting collaboration and success
- How to correct course when a relationship goes astray – even after many years of conflict!
Watch Teresa’s recent interview with Mr. Biz®, aka Ken Wentworth
Best Selling Author and world-renowned motivational speaker Jack Canfield interviews Teresa on her book Combative to Collaborative: The Co-parenting Code. Watch the full interview.
Dealing with a “PITA” at work? Teresa sat down with Mr. Biz to talk about co-worker conflicts and team collaboration
We all encounter them. Difficult co-workers. Of course, sometimes after self- reflection or as a result of being demoted, fired, or re-orged, we might discover we are the difficult co-worker. Regardless whether it is you or the other person, those difficult work relationships can torpedo our work efforts, and make work a living hell. And who wants to spend their workday miserable?
If you are experiencing difficulty having productive conversations with a co-worker, you need to listen to this show. Teresa sits down with Mr. Biz in the studio to talk about her professional journey and how she applied lessons she learned the hard way to improve communication, collaboratiion, and co-worker relationships. Now Teresa is eager to share her learning with others.
In this show, you’ll get solid tips you can apply immediately to improve business communication, collaboration, bottom line results, AND personal happiness!
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Teresa is dedicated to helping parents who have separated to find positive parenting solutions through conscious parenting, collaboration, and empathy. She provides practical advice on a wide range of co-parenting topics including how to achieve an amicable divorce, establish a joint custody agreement, manage long distance parenting, and what you can do if you are co-parenting with a narcissist.
Explore her blog to discover a myriad of divorce resources and co-parenting strategies that will lead you and your family toward a collaborative co-parenting experience.
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Have questions about co-parenting or other combative relationships in your life? Want Teresa to share her empowering message of collaboration with your group? Or maybe you have your own story to share. Send us a message or give us a call to find out how Teresa can help. We’d love to hear from you!