When I found out my co-parent was going to have a new child, the first thing I did was ask my kids how they felt. I assumed that they would feel left out.
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Ritual, routine, and predictability help build a new normal. Karen Bonnell offers more tips on building a successful co-parenting relationship.
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There is one woman I turn to as a mother of a preschooler. Debbie Ficarra has been the proud owner of a preschool for 13 years.
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There’s no such thing as a perfect family. Our job as co-parents is to take an imperfect situation and smooth out the rough edges as best we can.
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This article will help you transition into a healthier co-parenting relationship that keeps the main focus on your children when faced with separation.
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Raising a child is one of the most important, gratifying, yet challenging jobs we will ever do. As parents, we do our best with the knowledge we have.
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Children keep co-parents connected (through their school, extracurricular activities, etc.) in a public space where they used to be together & now are not.
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Helping your child heal after a divorce will help them as they grow and later in life when they are developing their own relationships. These are the top 7 tips.
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As co-parents, we all dream of our child growing to become confident and sure of themselves in the world.
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Instead of laboring over kids having a broken family, I encourage parents to frame divorce as a change in the family, not the end of it.
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A healthy parent is an emotional anchor. Solid and reliable. Firm and constant. Stable and secure. Find out how to be that ‘anchor’ for your child.
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When you’re in the throes of co-parenting and trying to cut through the conflict, the bickering, the silent treatment, and acrimony ask yourself this question.
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In a co-parenting relationship, kids are a part of two households and sometimes two new family dynamics, this can lead to overscheduling in their lives.
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Returning back to school after summer break is exciting for co-parents and children, but can also be challenging for the child who misses mom or dad.
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If I were to pinpoint the one thing in co-parenting that causes the most stress for the kids and me, it’s the exchanges.
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