It’s time FOR MOM AND DAD to get on the same page—for the sake of your child. You are his role models.
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How old do you think a child should be before you tell them the specifics of your divorce? Dr. Jann Blackstone answers that question.
(2 min 23 sec read)
We all go through stages in life that are more anxiety-ridden than others so how do we know if our child is suffering from anxiety?
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One style of discipline is fear-based control – it is important to avoid it and here is how.
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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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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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There are valuable life lessons for children to learn from keeping a clean home. Here are ways to help teach your kids the importance of chores at any age.
(3 min 36 sec read)
When going through separation and divorce, couples are so focused on the breakup, that they may push aside the importance of breaking the news to their kids.
(5 min 13 sec read)
Communication with our children is always important, but never as essential as when they are impacted by separation or divorce.
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What is permissive parenting? Permissive parenting and authoritarian parenting are both reactionary. Here’s how to connect with your child.
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As coParents, always try to see the best intentions within your child. Unfortunately, adults tend to think the worst when it comes to what children are up to.
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Whenever you ask your child versus using fear as a way to control your child’s response, it encourages her to come up with problem solving.
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What is one important step in communication between a coParent and your toddler?
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When immersed in emotional turmoil, as is often the case in divorce, it’s easy to forget that your children may interpret things differently than you.
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My daughter, age eight, has been telling me she does not want to go to her father’s house. When I told her father, he said she tells him the same thing
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