Learn 6 ways to communicate with a narcissistic co-parent and how a co-parenting app may be able to solve all them all.
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Co-parenting, when you live hours away, is difficult. It’s important to detail how the custody schedule will accommodate the parent that is moving.
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After a break-up, parents often ask for a list, something to which they can refer to, that will help them deal with their ex in a positive way for the kids!
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Parents take into consideration what their kids want and balance that with what makes the most sense. See what to consider in your co-parenting relationship.
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Finding a therapist is a very personal task. There is no secret formula and no two therapists that are the same, here are some of the most important questions.
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If you’re not sold on the value of coParenting for your kids, read this list put together by experts Kenneth H. Waldron, PhD and Allan R. Koritzinsky, Esq.
A common co-parenting dilemma: what should your kids call their stepmom or stepdad? Dr. Jann Blackstone gives some insight.
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There are issues that naturally and consistently arise as part of a co-parenting relationship. Find out how to overcome the most common co-parenting issues.
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Keep your needy ex at a distance when you’re coParenting and in another relationship. Setting boundaries with your coParent will help your new relationship.
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coParenting Vs. Parallel Parenting What’s the difference and which one works best for you? Maybe your situation falls somewhere in between? Find out here.
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Make changes to your child custody agreement without going to family court. Get help with mediation and custody agreements without paying court costs and fees.
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Advice on how to make changes to your court-ordered custody agreement without getting a lawyer and going back to family court.
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Taking the steps toward forgiveness, divorced co-parents can begin to mend those fences and set the stage so their kids can grow up with a solid foundation.
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Like the parents, the children will also go through the steps of grief during a divorce. How they handle each step is profoundly influenced by the parents.
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When some parents are separating they can lose track of their North Star. They forget the guiding principles of child-centric decision making.
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