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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Parenting is a little scary. You do not have to do it alone. Create a trusted village to foster security in your child and a sense of well-being.
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There are valuable life lessons for children to learn from keeping a clean home. Here are ways to help teach your kids the importance of chores at any age.
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Teach your kids these 5 tips to help keep them safe and aware of their surroundings and their boundaries. It can mean a world of difference in their life. (4 minutes 31 seconds read)
Children’s books author Colleen LeMaire writes stories for children of divorce. coParents read the books to their children to help them. (2 min read)
The ideal parenting/custody schedule will be the one that fits your child’s unique needs. Find out the difference between the primary and shared schedules.
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Creating a parenting plan or custody schedule for older children is challenging. It’s extremely important for coParents to be on the same page at this stage.
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Both coParents can argue that everything is wrong in the current divorce negotiations: failure to listen, emotionally charged speech, unrealistic expectations
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Its important for children to develop Emotional Intelligence EQ – the ability to have self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills.
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By the time a child grows into an adult, they should have experienced sufficient secure relationships to be able to better manage close relationships as adults.
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She didn’t want to make an already challenging process litigious if she didn’t have to. The financial and emotional investment required is costly.
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The truth is, the more you share with their other parent, the better parent — and coParent — you are. Being proactive, if your coParent won’t cooperate…
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The dreaded words “That’s not how we do it at Mom’s (or Dad’s) house”. As much as we would like to coordinate, things may differ from house to house.
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Even as early as 12 months of age, a child can be observed by researchers to have a “secure attachment” with his or her parent(s) or an “insecure attachment.”
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When a child comes along two scenarios can play out: The first includes the the looming reality of co-parenting and divorce. The best case is where…
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