Moving into a new relationship should take time and discernment, especially with children involved. How exactly do you do that? Read on.
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A healthy parent is an emotional anchor. Solid and reliable. Firm and constant. Stable and secure. Find out how to be that ‘anchor’ for your child.
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We’ve identified these six common coParenting mistakes and provide easy solutions that any coParent can implement.
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How soon is too soon? People have very different opinions and they seem to be skewed by how long your previous relationship was prior to separation or divorce.
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To ensure your child’s needs are fulfilled by child support, it is important to read the child custody and child support laws in your state. Here are some tips.
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With only weeks left in the summer, as a co-parent, you may be feeling the pressure to get on top of the fall schedule, download this worksheet to help!
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When you’re in the throes of co-parenting and trying to cut through the conflict, the bickering, the silent treatment, and acrimony ask yourself this question.
(2 min 34 sec read)
Divorce is a whirlwind of emotions not shy of drama, with emotions flaring with your ‘soon to be ex’ coupled with the shock and grief of the separation itself.
(3 min 47 sec read)
Dr. Jann Blackstone offers tips on how to communicate with your ex. Texts and emails aren’t ideal, but if necessary, here’s what you need to know.
(2 min 35 sec read)
In a co-parenting relationship, kids are a part of two households and sometimes two new family dynamics, this can lead to overscheduling in their lives.
(2 min 46 sec read)
People believe that successful co-parenting involves a secret formula that transforms a nightmare ex-spouse into a garden-variety human being. This is not true.
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Like in the spoken world, people have different aptitudes for communicating via text and that can be problematic especially in co-parenting relationships.
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Since they lack self-awareness, high conflict personalities (HCP) make no effort to change their own behavior when things go badly.
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Returning back to school after summer break is exciting for co-parents and children, but can also be challenging for the child who misses mom or dad.
(1 min 35 sec read)
Co-parenting is a challenge even on a good day. There are so many opportunities for miscommunication or misinterpretation. Here are some tips.
(2 min 40 sec read)