As a parent, it’s hard enough to ensure your children are eating correctly, but as a co-parent, it can feel nearly impossible.
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Can’t imagine a holiday season without your kids? Newly divorced families face the difficult task of creating holiday custody schedules to coParent effectively.
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coParenting is difficult, it is so important that the word “superior” is deleted – it only will serve to make you feel “less than” when you are doing your best.
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My coParent buys them big, expensive gifts and I can’t afford to compete with him. What can I do? Here are some tips on how to navigate the holidays.
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What happens when you are newly separated or divorced and the kids are with the other coParent for the holidays? Here are some tips.
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Divorce, separation, and coParenting can be a difficult adjustment for everyone involved but teaching our children about feelings helps them to adjust.
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The divorce or separation just happened and the holidays are looming, now what? Find ways to cope with your first holiday as a coParent.
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Learn exactly how a coParenting app can improve communication, increase transparency, save you money, and keep you out of court.
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There’s no “right way” or “wrong way” to grieve and adjust to divorce, but we can tell you that it is a process that involves layers of emotions.
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The ideal parenting/custody schedule will be the one that fits your child’s unique needs. Find out the difference between the primary and shared schedules.
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It is not easy to tell your children, at any age, that you are divorcing or separating. Here you can find useful examples and tips of ways to make it easier.
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It’s not that I’m grossly late or even always late, but compared to my coParent who is routinely early, my track record is not good. Tips on ways to improve.
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No matter how you slice it, divorce is hard on children. coParents, here is how to put your child first in divorce. Keep kids at the center. Not in the middle.
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When you have children, divorce becomes much more serious of a matter. coParents that stay angry and fight create a negative environment for their children.
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Following a divorce, there are so many dynamic factors occurring between you and your ex. Find tips on preventing conflict in your coParenting relationship.
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