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Music for The Soul Podcast

Jul 5, 2023

Divorce is something that impacts children on a deep emotional and spiritual level. So how can parents work to help their children thrive after a divorce?

We are so blessed to have Co-Parenting Coach and Counselor Tammy Daughtry as this week's guest. Tammy shares her stort growing up as a child with two families after her parents divorced and how that impacted her physically, emotionally, and spiritually. She then talks about how she helped her daughter find ways to feel emotionally secure and loved after Tammy and her husband divorced.
Tammy explains the role that co-parenting plays after a divorce and the impact it has on their children. She also explains why it is so important to let your child know that they are loved and allowed to feel love towards all their family, even after the divorce.

Who is Tammy Daughtry?

As a native of Denver, Colorado, Tammy has a personal passion for children impacted by divorce and remarriage. She is the founder of Co-Parenting International, an organization launched in 2003 to help divorced parents raise healthy kids. She is a national author of “Co-parenting Works! Helping Your Children Thrive After Divorce” (HarperCollins 2011) and has extensive media experience with radio, television and professional seminars on the matter of co-parenting and its impact on children. Personally, Tammy is divorced and was a single mom for many years; she has been a co-parent raising a daughter “between two homes” since 2001. She remarried in 2009 and is now happily raising a blended family that is her pride and joy! She is deeply vested in the Donelson-Hermitage area as she has lived here for over 17 years and is proud to call it home!

Tammy is certified to administer the Prepare/Enrich Assessment, a valuable tool for pre-marital work and she enjoys working with first time marriages as well as blended family marriages. She and Jay work with couples in co-therapy and find that this is especially helpful for step couples.


Our listeners can learn more about Tammy's work, access free resources and schedule an appointment on her website: