Insecurities aside for a moment, at the root of the new two dad scenario (Bio Dad and Bonus Dad) is the potential for friction. Find ways to communicate.
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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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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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Teach your kids these 5 tips to help keep them safe and aware of their surroundings and their boundaries. It can mean a world of difference in their life. (4 minutes 31 seconds read)
If we yell we are teaching that yelling is a legitimate way of expressing anger and we can expect our children to learn to do the same.
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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)
Thinking about separation or divorce and you have children? Co-parenting generally starts with drafting a family/parenting plan. (6 min 43 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)
Juggling your child between two homes while trying to communicate with your coParent and keeping things as normal as possible for your kid can be overwhelming. (2 min 50 sec read)
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)
When going through the legal process of divorce with children in the picture, one major hurdle among many is the child support hearing. (3 min read)
There are plenty of challenges that come with co-parenting but if you are in it to raise the best kids possible, there are a few things to be mindful of. (3 min 34 sec read)
This is a really common question when co-parenting — very few dads and moms like it when their child calls someone else, “dad” or “mom”. (1 min 40 sec read)
Notable new tech can disrupt the cycle of conflict that comes with separation, divorce, and co-parenting to streamline the process in the U.S. Family Law system. (7 min 8 sec read)