Parenting styles are a hot topic to discuss when you are ready to move in with a new partner and his or her child. Here’s how to negotiate and compromise.
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Helping your child heal after a divorce will help them as they grow and later in life when they are developing their own relationships. These are the top 7 tips.
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As co-parents, we all dream of our child growing to become confident and sure of themselves in the world.
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Instead of laboring over kids having a broken family, I encourage parents to frame divorce as a change in the family, not the end of it.
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Following a divorce, there are so many dynamic factors occurring in the co-parenting relationship between you and your ex spouse.
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The largest issue that arises in the dynamic between parents and stepparents is whether a stepparent should discipline the child.
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From simple things like establishing rules to planning daily, here’s what you need to know to keep your blended family healthy and happy.
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Returning back to school after summer break is exciting for co-parents and children, but can also be challenging for the child who misses mom or dad.
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Co-parenting is hard, especially if one or both parents have a high conflict personality disorder. Here are the 5 personality patterns that most commonly appear.
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Setting boundaries between stepparents and coparents is vital in any blended family dynamic. We have formulated a guide to help you through this process.
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Learn the 9 steps you and your coParent should take during a trial separation.
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Co-parents, it’s time to set up your own self-care plan! Grab your pens, colored pencils, paint, etc. Who knows? This may even work towards feeding your spirit!
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Examining the difference between how men and women negotiate salaries. Male or female, in any negotiation the key is to be fully prepared!
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For the never married co-parents, it is best to construct an agreement about the child. If the breakup goes sour, then there is a firm document set in place.
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These 3 tips apply for all single parents but this article’s focus is on the divorced or divorcing co-parent.
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