It’s not divorce that affects children, it’s conflict. Conflict can be present in marriage and in divorce so it is important for children to always come first.
During & after divorce, coParents must place their children first. Here are a few tips to make sure that your coParenting strategies are best for the kids.
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By giving your child time with the other parent and steering clear of confrontation, you are taking the first step to making the separation easier on your kids.
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Whether you got divorced several weeks ago or it’s been several years, most of us can acknowledge that we’ve made some mistakes.
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One of the most difficult conversations any parent will ever have is telling their children about their pending divorce.
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Communication with our children is always important, but never as essential as when they are impacted by separation or divorce.
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Divorce doesn’t end your coParenting relationship with your former spouse. It only changes some of the form.
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All human beings are resistant to change, especially children. One of the greatest disruptions in a child’s life can be the upheaval caused by divorce.
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It’s no secret that one of the biggest challenges a coParent faces after divorce is staying in good communication with their children.
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