People believe that successful co-parenting involves a secret formula that transforms a nightmare ex-spouse into a garden-variety human being. This is not true.
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Like in the spoken world, people have different aptitudes for communicating via text and that can be problematic especially in co-parenting relationships.
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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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Returning back to school after summer break is exciting for co-parents and children, but can also be challenging for the child who misses mom or dad.
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Co-parenting is a challenge even on a good day. There are so many opportunities for miscommunication or misinterpretation. Here are some tips.
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When co-parenting a teenager, you shift your role as they spread their wings. It is a tough balance between knowing what your teen is doing, trusting your teen.
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Divorce is considered an Adverse Childhood Experience, let alone a toxic one. The best buffer is you: the calm, present, engaged, and empathetic you.
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Balancing your teen’s commitments with your visions & doing all that with a co-parent takes patience, flexibility, mutual understanding, and planning.
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Summertime is in full swing and you can build memories with small regular activities or larger getaways that your kids will never forget.
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How do you know your co-parent is bad-mouthing you and how can you take action when it happens?
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Learn 6 ways to communicate with a narcissistic co-parent and how a co-parenting app may be able to solve all them all.
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Co-parenting, when you live hours away, is difficult. It’s important to detail how the custody schedule will accommodate the parent that is moving.
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If I were to pinpoint the one thing in co-parenting that causes the most stress for the kids and me, it’s the exchanges.
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Understand that co-parenting is an open promise to your children where they are given a chance to pursue a healthy relationship with both parents.
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Majority of us are well intended and loving parents, with an occasional ‘bad day’. Does that mean you’re a toxic co-parent? Probably not.
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