coParenting is difficult as it is, but it’s even more difficult with a narcissist. It’s a diagnosis that gets thrown around a lot when people break-up
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Long parenting plans can work and don’t necessarily mean less time with your child overall. Adjustments for the child’s benefit may require change.
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The truth is, the more you share with their other parent, the better parent — and coParent — you are. Being proactive, if your coParent won’t cooperate…
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For a child to thrive, especially in co-parenting situations, they need to have consistency in as many aspects of parenting as possible including discipline.
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The dreaded words “That’s not how we do it at Mom’s (or Dad’s) house”. As much as we would like to coordinate, things may differ from house to house.
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Hear advice from professional, Dr. Jann Blackstone, on what to do when your child wants can change the parenting plan you and your co-parent agreed upon.
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Dear Dr. Jann, things went really fast when I met my partner. How and when is it appropriate to meet my stepfamily?
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Dealing with a difficult ex while coParenting? Here’s what you need to know to get past conflict for the well-being of your child.
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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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Dr. Jann answers the question of whether it’s appropriate for your partner to get presents for his ex with his children from divorce.
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When a biological parent has been absent from their child’s life and wants back in often the only solution is therapy where everyone is involved.
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A misconception amongst parents who have raised their children- if a biological parent wants to come back into the child’s life they have every right to do so.
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If you are thinking of getting a divorce your coParent, should be the first to know, not your kids. These secrets shouldn’t be shared with your kids first.
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While spending time with friends and family is important, it is also important to have valuable bonding time alone with your kids.
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coParenting is difficult especially with a special needs child. It is important there aren’t many differences between homes so the child feels more comfortable.
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