Have a child’s big event or performance coming up? Learn strategies to attend alongside your ex and make it a pleasant experience for all.
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If your kids go back and forth between parents’ homes but their clothes don’t seem to follow, read Dr. Jann Blackstone’s advice in this post!
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A safe, stable and nurturing environment sounds like a great goal to achieve for our kids.
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During a divorce or separation, we often feel as though we have no control. The good news is you do have many choices about how your divorce process looks.
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Wondering who should get the dog in your divorce? Dr. Jann Blackstone gives some great advice in this Q&A.
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Separation requires one to “uncouple,” taking one on a venture through complex levels and emotions.
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The fairy tale is over for Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt
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Having trouble adjusting and managing your newly separated/divorced life? Here are some tips
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Parenting after separation can lead to unforeseen issues. It is important to let go of any control issues you have when the children are with the other parent.
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Parenting Plans are important for all ages. The toddler, age 20 to 36 months, is keeping coParents busy.
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Children keep coParents connected through a variety of events. It is important to create a satisfying experience for the child while attending these events.
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Toddlers need kind transitions, especially at school. They should also enjoy school as much as possible. coParents can help.
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A person’s lifelong health and opportunity can be affected by their childhood experiences.
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Allan Koritzinsky & Kenneth Waldon discuss the types of child custody access when you’re divorced. Flexibility in your parenting plan is important.
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Apology can be an important part of acceptance and may or may not lead to forgiveness.
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