Positive and negative emotions are both contagious and, especially in coParenting relationships, emotions can run high. Advice for coParents, and professionals.
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Family courts are not designed to understand the hidden dynamics of parent-child relationships because family courts have the same basic structure of all courts
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By the time a child grows into an adult, they should have experienced sufficient secure relationships to be able to better manage close relationships as adults.
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Even as early as 12 months of age, a child can be observed by researchers to have a “secure attachment” with his or her parent(s) or an “insecure attachment.”
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coParenting can be emotional and difficult. It can be made especially tough with a difficult ex. Learn what to do to calm a difficult coParent.
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Whether you are “self-representing” or have a lawyer, it is very important to appear flexible, managed, and moderate in all of your court hearings.
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When a coParents’ child has been through an experience that needs counseling, there is some helpful advice to keep in mind.
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Are you coParenting a child with signs of insecure attachment? Learn the different attachment styles and what you and your coParent can do.
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