Blended families have their own challenges. Co-parents & stepparents have to find a way to bring the family unit together without undermining one another.
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Hard time managing your emotions while co-parenting? Kenneth H. Waldron, PhD & Allan R. Koritzinsky, Esq. take a look at how to manage the roller coaster.
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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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Dr. Jann answers a coParent’s question about a new relationship after divorce and its impact on her children and coParent.
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Key is to incrementally separate yourself to raise the helicopter, so your child is a self-sufficient adult able to handle all the curve balls of life.
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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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Like life and parenthood, there is no instruction manual for divorce. It seems like chaos and high emotions could be around any corner. Learn how to restructure.
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Work hard to find a constructive space with your coParent and resolve disagreements away from your kids, nothing good comes from high-conflict coParenting. (2 min 21 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)
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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Perhaps you have exhausted all attempts to co-parent with your ex and you find yourself in a parallel parenting situation. Here are 3 tips to help you succeed.
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Are you a good co-parent? Debra Carter sheds some light. If you or your ex exhibit these behaviors, maybe you’re not coParenting your kids the way you wish to.
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When I found out my co-parent was going to have a new child, the first thing I did was ask my kids how they felt. I assumed that they would feel left out.
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It’s time FOR MOM AND DAD to get on the same page—for the sake of your child. You are his role models.
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Of course, you always try to be sensitive to other’s feelings when planning a special occasion but where do you draw the line?
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