Transitions represent a changing of the guard, a letting go of one parent’s hand while reaching to take the other parent’s hand.
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Is it any wonder that Holidays are referred to as the the most stressful time of the year? They can be the best childhood memories dependent upon the grown ups.
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After a break-up, parents often ask for a list, something to which they can refer to, that will help them deal with their ex in a positive way for the kids!
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coParents often disagree about the ending of their relationship and may disagree about protocols, but rarely disagree about wanting what’s best for their kids.
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If a parent wishes to combine joint coParenting decisions, create a thorough, work-in-progress list. You can always add decisions down the road.
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Working together as coParents with school and holiday events will create everlasting memories for your child.
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With the season upon us, how do you deal with your coParent ex this time of year?
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There’s no such thing as a perfect family. Our job as coParents is to take an imperfect situation and smooth out the rough edges as best we can.
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Conflict with coParents may be avoided by following certain advice.
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Ritual, routine, and predictability help build a new normal.
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Calming an angry, sad or frightened child is a necessary skill for any coParent. This is a huge goal of helping our kids before we reach conflict.
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Feeling better about yourself as a coParent brings peace and harmony to the home and the children. One practice that teaches us how is yoga.
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A coParenting relationship, like any other relationship, will only work well if both parents have the same body of information.
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The timelessness and agelessness of rock stars is demonstrated in the fact that they continue to father children into their 60’s and 70’s.
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In this article, Shawn Leamon, MBA and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, explains the concept of intellectual property and how it can impact your settlement.
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