Co-parents already know things can get challenging with work and travel commitments. There are the logistics and negotiations of swaps on your custody schedule.
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It’s your job to help guide them through this divorce experience as best as you can while you transition into co-parenting. Here are some signs to watch for.
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My biggest struggle was slowing down to their speed & being open to their needs. I had to recalibrate myself. Learn more tips about co-parenting a young child.
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Key is to incrementally separate yourself to raise the helicopter, so your child is a self-sufficient adult able to handle all the curve balls of life.
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If you’ve found yourself doubting whether you should stay together for the sake of the children or get a divorce, there are some essential questions to answer.
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It may serve your wants & needs to integrate your new girlfriend into your life but it can cause anguish for everyone – especially children. Use this checklist.
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A ‘Living Together Agreement’ or a ‘Cohabitation Agreement’ helps define on paper how things are fairly distributed if an unmarried couple splits.
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What are the signs to look for and what can you do when you feel toxic parenting is in the mix?
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‘Co-parent’ is not simply a title, it’s a verb. Leave yourself open to change and tweak as needed to bring your best co-parenting self to the table.
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Have a conversation with your co-parent about managing screen time across your two homes, it will be helpful to manage your half of the equation.
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What happens when things don’t work out? If you aren’t legally married, you still may have legal issues to address while transitioning into co-parenting.
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As you set things in motion, there are three things to focus on during your divorce that will help you in the decision-making process.
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As a husband and co-parenting dad in a blended family, there are a few things you can do to make the holiday a bit smoother.
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You are showing healthy levels of compassion for mom. You are showing how grown-ups can get beyond their differences to celebrate even when co-parenting.
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There are a myriad of reasons and a large number of co-parents who make incremental changes to their child custody plans. Find out what’s myth vs. truth.
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