To connect with your child and give them a real experience they will remember forever you have to unplug your daily grind and plug into your child.
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As parents telling your child about your divorce is extremely difficult. These 6 key messages are essential for every child to hear, understand & absorb.
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For those of us who have been co-parenting for some time, you may not be a stranger to this scenario, the communication has broken down. Here are some tips.
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Coparenting can be difficult, especially if your coParent is difficult to work with. Learn the most important tips for keeping the peace.
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We know co-parenting is hard. With all the mapless challenges of raising children and all of the daily single-parenting hurdles or co-parenting struggles.
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Co-parenting after divorce isn’t easy. Before you catch yourself saying things to your kids that you probably shouldn’t, take a look at this list.
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Parents take into consideration what their kids want and balance that with what makes the most sense. See what to consider in your co-parenting relationship.
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There are a few things you will need to do to begin to manage during your evolving family when leaving a high conflict relationship and co-parenting.
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Co-parenting is hard, especially if one or both parents have a high conflict personality disorder. Here are the 5 personality patterns that most commonly appear.
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Co-parenting isn’t easy when the other parent is difficult. Mediation, family court, co-parenting apps, and professional help all impact your relationship.
(3 min 40 sec read)
Breaking down your family into Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats gives you great perspective when coParenting. Dr. Debra Carter explains.
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Co-parents already know things can get challenging with work and travel commitments. There are the logistics and negotiations of swaps on your custody schedule.
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Co-parenting is an approach that we think should be a serious consideration for anyone no matter what your family dynamic may be.
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Are you coParenting a child with signs of insecure attachment? Learn the different attachment styles and what you and your coParent can do.
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It’s your job to help guide them through this divorce experience as best as you can while you transition into co-parenting. Here are some signs to watch for.
(3 min 34sec read)