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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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.
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It’s best if you and your coParent can come to an agreement about parenting time outside of court and file to make it official and enforceable.
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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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The most critical tips for child-centric coParenting involve the structures established to keep the kids out of the middle of the adult conflict.
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Using your kids’ best interest as the criteria for decision making, ask yourself where would THEY like to trick or treat?
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Knowing when your coParent needs to seek professional help will, not only, keep you and your children safe but also help your coParenting relationship.
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coParenting is difficult as it is, but it’s even more difficult with a narcissist. It’s a diagnosis that gets thrown around a lot when people break-up
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Here are the top tips for creating and managing parenting schedules for your children and aligning with your coParent.
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Separating and divorcing parents’ inability to reach agreements on their own as it pertains to the custody and visitation of their children is far from uncommon.
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Long parenting plans can work and don’t necessarily mean less time with your child overall. Adjustments for the child’s benefit may require change.
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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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For a child to thrive, especially in co-parenting situations, they need to have consistency in as many aspects of parenting as possible including discipline.
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Mediation can be a quick, less formal method of getting divorced because court dates and litigation are not involved. It helps minimize issues and acrimony.
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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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