Becoming a single, co-parenting dad has made my parenting much more purposeful, more proactive, more focused and perhaps a bit more empathic.
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A parenting plan is the parent’s written agreement about how much time the child will spend with each parent. Here is how to file your plan with the courts.
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Regardless of whether the two parents were legally married or not, you go through the process of ‘uncoupling’ and restructuring the family.
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There are many challenges for blended families: sibling rivalries, differences in co-parenting styles, and how to give everyone the attention they deserve.
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Tips on how to co-parent well and have a healthy relationship with your ex. Whether never married or divorced, co-parent well for your kids.
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Insecurities aside for a moment, at the root of the new two dad scenario (Bio Dad and Bonus Dad) is the potential for friction. Find ways to communicate.
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Perhaps you have exhausted all attempts to co-parent with your ex and you find yourself in a parallel parenting situation. Here are 3 tips to help you succeed.
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What is the best course of action when your co-parent has a parenting style that stands on the opposite end of the spectrum as your style?
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Teach your kids these 5 tips to help keep them safe and aware of their surroundings and their boundaries. It can mean a world of difference in their life. (4 minutes 31 seconds read)
It is about establishing healthy habits, taking inventory of what is causing pain, and keeping you from being the best role model for your children. (2 min 26 sec read)
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)
It’s more effective to nurture ourselves first so we are able to care for our little ones. Especially when we are co-parenting. (2min 35 sec read)
Remember Valentine’s Day can cause a ton of social pressure for school-aged kids where there’s pressure if they do not send or receive the most Valentine’s. (2min 21 sec read)
Juggling your child between two homes while trying to communicate with your coParent and keeping things as normal as possible for your kid can be overwhelming. (2 min 50 sec read)
There are so many scenarios to play out here; single co-parenting mom or dad sitting down with kids, extended family and blended families in the mix. (3 min 27 sec read)