The restructuring of a family may mean relocation which sometimes leads to temporary displacement. Find tips on making a smooth transition for your children. (3 min 27 sec read)
Facing a custody battle with your soon-to-be-ex? Do everything you can to put on the brakes and try to resolve your issues outside of court. (2 min 27 sec read)
How many times have we joined gyms in the promise of improving health or set strict budgets to gain both financial constraint and freedom? (2 min 55 sec read)
In separation or divorce, it is the chronic and/or toxic parental conflicts that are extremely harmful to children – not the separation or divorce itself.
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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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Positive and negative emotions are both contagious and, especially in coParenting relationships, emotions can run high. Advice for coParents, and professionals.
(1 min 47 sec read)
You’ve always been accommodating with your coParent but you now want to stick to your original parenting plan. Learn what’s good ‘ex-etiquette’.
(1 min 58 second read)
You’re getting divorced and you want to stay in your home without having to sell it, learn the best options for you and resolve your divorce sooner.
(4 minutes 47 seconds read)
Your significant other is coParenting with an ex and you are uncomfortable with the amount of time that they spend. Learn how to establish trust.
(2 minutes 42 seconds read)
Disagreements between coParents are inevitable but they should be kept away from the children, let kids be kids and leave them out.
(2 minutes 59 seconds read)
Both coParents can argue that everything is wrong in the current divorce negotiations: failure to listen, emotionally charged speech, unrealistic expectations
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Its important for children to develop Emotional Intelligence EQ – the ability to have self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills.
(1 minute 55 seconds read)
The best coParenting relationship is one that puts your child first and coming to a parenting plan agreement early so your child can adjust is very important.
(3 minutes 38 seconds read)