The 1st of a two-part series on identifying and understanding of how grief affects children and co-parents differently when separating and divorcing.
(5 min 15 sec read)
When going through separation and divorce, couples are so focused on the breakup, that they may push aside the importance of breaking the news to their kids.
(5 min 13 sec read)
When going through the legal process of divorce with children in the picture, one major hurdle among many is the child support hearing. (3 min read)
coParenting with someone who still provokes or triggers strong emotion can be challenging, and also re-wounding. Learn ways to adjust to your new life.
Can’t imagine a holiday season without your kids? Newly divorced families face the difficult task of creating holiday custody schedules to coParent effectively.
(3 minutes 13 seconds read)
It is not easy to tell your children, at any age, that you are divorcing or separating. Here you can find useful examples and tips of ways to make it easier.
(3 minutes 8 seconds read)
You’ve always been accommodating with your coParent but you now want to stick to your original parenting plan. Learn what’s good ‘ex-etiquette’.
(1 min 58 second read)
The holidays can be wonderful, but they are also a very difficult time of year for coParents. Here are some tips on navigating the holidays while coParenting.
(3 minutes 4 seconds read)
A coParent may be acting in a difficult way to hurt you but really they only end up hurting your child. Trying to keep the focus on your child is best.
(2 minutes 43 seconds read)
You’re getting divorced and you want to stay in your home without having to sell it, learn the best options for you and resolve your divorce sooner.
(4 minutes 47 seconds read)
The best coParenting relationship is one that puts your child first and coming to a parenting plan agreement early so your child can adjust is very important.
(3 minutes 38 seconds read)
The most critical tips for child-centric coParenting involve the structures established to keep the kids out of the middle of the adult conflict.
(1 minute 28 seconds read)
Using your kids’ best interest as the criteria for decision making, ask yourself where would THEY like to trick or treat?
(2 minutes 53 seconds read)
One of the things that ensures the successful combining of families is to acknowledge each family member’s individuality and what they bring to the family.
(3 minutes 16 seconds read)
There’s a lot of history between the two coParents, some of it positive, some of it not so good. Hold onto what worked and let go of what didn’t.
(3 minutes 6 seconds read)