Respect differences in parenting style or practices unless it is a concern for your child’s safety. You can discuss concerns but remember: it’s a discussion.
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Parenting styles are a hot topic to discuss when you are ready to move in with a new partner and his or her child. Here’s how to negotiate and compromise.
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Helping your child heal after a divorce will help them as they grow and later in life when they are developing their own relationships. These are the top 7 tips.
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There’s a lot of history between the two co-parents, some of it positive, some of it not so good. Hold onto what worked and let go of what didn’t.
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Learn the most common changes co-parents make to their existing parenting plan, when to expect those changes, and what to do when the moment arises.
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We’ve identified these six common coParenting mistakes and provide easy solutions that any coParent can implement.
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From simple things like establishing rules to planning daily, here’s what you need to know to keep your blended family healthy and happy.
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One style of discipline is fear-based control – it is important to avoid it and here is how.
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To ensure your child’s needs are fulfilled by child support, it is important to read the child custody and child support laws in your state. Here are some tips.
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Dealing with an ex can be a challenge. It becomes more difficult when a co-parent demands you follow their rules and micromanaging the days you have the kids.
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With only weeks left in the summer, as a co-parent, you may be feeling the pressure to get on top of the fall schedule, download this worksheet to help!
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Getting your coParent to obey the court order. Read what Dr. Jann suggests for coParents who are struggling to follow a court order.
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When you’re in the throes of co-parenting and trying to cut through the conflict, the bickering, the silent treatment, and acrimony ask yourself this question.
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Divorce is a whirlwind of emotions not shy of drama, with emotions flaring with your ‘soon to be ex’ coupled with the shock and grief of the separation itself.
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Dr. Jann Blackstone offers tips on how to communicate with your ex. Texts and emails aren’t ideal, but if necessary, here’s what you need to know.
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