How do you know your co-parent is bad-mouthing you and how can you take action when it happens?
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There are a few things you will need to do to begin to manage during your evolving family when leaving a high conflict relationship and co-parenting.
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Co-parenting is hard, especially if one or both parents have a high conflict personality disorder. Here are the 5 personality patterns that most commonly appear.
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Co-parenting isn’t easy when the other parent is difficult. Mediation, family court, co-parenting apps, and professional help all impact your relationship.
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Co-parenting is an approach that we think should be a serious consideration for anyone no matter what your family dynamic may be.
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What are the signs to look for and what can you do when you feel toxic parenting is in the mix?
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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.
(6 min 40 sec read)
If you find yourself living in a co-parenting situation where you carry the label as the ‘sane’ co-parent, trust you are not alone.
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Even on a good day, there seem to be endless points of disagreement with your co-parent. We’re really talking about differences in micro-values and priorities.
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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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This is real-talk from a Judge who sat almost 10 years on a family law assignment. Co-parenting issues vs. legal issues, what’s the difference?
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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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Parallel Parenting is reserved for high-conflict divorces where coParenting is impossible. It is for parents that still carry a great deal of animosity.
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What is the best course of action when your co-parent has a parenting style that stands on the opposite end of the spectrum as your style?
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If we yell we are teaching that yelling is a legitimate way of expressing anger and we can expect our children to learn to do the same.
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