Balancing your teen’s commitments with your visions & doing all that with a co-parent takes patience, flexibility, mutual understanding, and planning.
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You may decide to sell your property without the consent of your spouse. When accepting an offer, you’ll need signatures from everyone on the grant deed.
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If you are interested in announcing this good news to your kids before discussing it with your ex, don’t. Here’s why!
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Co-parents, it’s time to set up your own self-care plan! Grab your pens, colored pencils, paint, etc. Who knows? This may even work towards feeding your spirit!
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Let’s start by saying moms are better at tribes than dads. There are many physical and mental benefits to having a strong sense of kinship, of community or tribe.
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There is a moment in the life of anyone getting a divorce when reality hits home: it is really happening… I’m getting divorced.
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These 3 tips apply for all single parents but this article’s focus is on the divorced or divorcing co-parent.
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It is about establishing healthy habits, taking inventory of what is causing pain, and keeping you from being the best role model for your children. (2 min 26 sec read)
It’s more effective to nurture ourselves first so we are able to care for our little ones. Especially when we are co-parenting. (2min 35 sec read)
Remember Valentine’s Day can cause a ton of social pressure for school-aged kids where there’s pressure if they do not send or receive the most Valentine’s. (2min 21 sec read)
How many times have we joined gyms in the promise of improving health or set strict budgets to gain both financial constraint and freedom? (2 min 55 sec read)
Disagreements between coParents are inevitable but they should be kept away from the children, let kids be kids and leave them out.
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Divorced once and now happily remarried, Debbie Ficarra is a shining example of how to integrate a new partner into a current coParenting relationship.
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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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Many of my mommy friends are married, and it wasn’t uncommon for us all to go out on group dates or even to meet for play dates when I was coupled.
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