The secrets to establishing rules with your coParent and how to get both parents to agree (even when they don’t want to).
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For the never married co-parents, it is best to construct an agreement about the child. If the breakup goes sour, then there is a firm document set in place.
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Co-parenting challenges due to socio-cultural stigmas in the U.S. are shifting but remain entrenched in waning cultural expectations, and religious stigmas. (2 min 42 sec read)
We kept the good stuff from the previous version of the coParenter app, improving upon what worked best, and streamlined the user experience so you can focus on what’s most important, your family and your kids. (2 min 10 sec read)
Three reasons to avoid the #1 coParenting mistake of speaking negatively about your coParent. Read now before it’s too late!
(3 minutes 11 seconds read)
Fed up with someone who has a personality disorder? Be patient and give them a chance. They are only products of their environment.
(3 minutes 42 seconds read)
Divorcing a difficult ex? When you can’t gain the cooperation of a difficult ex, let others, such as mediators and real estate agents, take on the task.
(2 minutes 36 seconds read)
During & after divorce, coParents must place their children first. Here are a few tips to make sure that your coParenting strategies are best for the kids.
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Are you coParenting with a narcissist? Get some tips from a parent who has learned how to deal with narcissism from an ex.
(1 minute 50 seconds read)
coParents work well together when they have protocols for both routine and non-routine communication and a way to document joint custody agreements and plans.
(1 minute 46 seconds read)
Divorce is a life-changing event, with emotional impact. Reclaim your happiness and emotional health to be the best coParent you can be with these five steps.
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To create the foundation of good coParenting, coParents should model good parenting: awareness, involvement, consistency, and encouragement.
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Calling your ex a narcissist: Sticks and stones may break bones, and words CAN hurt you and your children.
(3 minutes 22 seconds read)
What are primary parenting time schedules? What are shared parenting time schedules? What you need to know about custody and parenting time.
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When you are coParenting with an individualistic coParent, self-centered coParenting may be the answer. Here’s what you need to know.
(1 minute 54 seconds read)