If you’re going through a divorce, you need to know what team of professionals are available to you. Find out here who you might need and why.
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Instead of laboring over kids having a broken family, I encourage parents to frame divorce as a change in the family, not the end of it.
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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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Whether you divorced, separated, or just have children with a coParent, it is important to understand the reasons you the benefits of child custody orders.
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Children are impressionable and will read a coParent’s behavior as signals for their behavior. This may cause a child to alienate the other coParent.
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Our relationships with children of divorce must be maintained, or it’s “miles per gallon” will diminish over time.
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coParenting effectively with split homes is not easy. We’ll teach you 5 tricks on how to make the transition of homes as seamless as possible for children.
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Divorce and separation change the most basic routines and connections in family life.
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Children in divorce and separation often have questions and they can arrive at the least expected moment.
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Mediation is one of the most important ways to reach agreements with your coParent, especially with communication is difficult.
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The coParenter App helps coParents to be better parents and keep the kids at the center, not in the middle. Not using the coParenter app could also hurt you.
The many perks of the coParenter app and how to get your difficult coParent to use coParenter.
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When you visit a preschool it is essential to ask how much art the children are creating each day.
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When we understand how transitional objects work, we can use them to help our kids better cope with anticipated stresses: marital separation and divorce.
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The most important people in our coParenting villages aren’t always family.
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