Work hard to find a constructive space with your coParent and resolve disagreements away from your kids, nothing good comes from high-conflict coParenting. (2 min 21 sec read)
Are you a good co-parent? Debra Carter sheds some light. If you or your ex exhibit these behaviors, maybe you’re not coParenting your kids the way you wish to.
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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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Co-parenting coordination usually happens in three phases. The first is redefining the family. – Debra Carter explains.
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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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Dr. Jann Blackstone answers a user’s question about having a co-parent that smokes around the child. Find ways to address this.
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If a person wishes to make joint co-parenting decisions, there should be a pretty thorough to-do list. The list is always a work-in-progress.
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Communication is paramount in a co-parenting relationship. All healthy communication originates from and is guided by respect and civility.
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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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Today, more than ever before, children face rapidly changing times. Conflict and change will be inevitable, and learning to be resilient is key.
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Here are some tips to approach the situation, with your co-parent, in a way that facilitates resolution instead of exacerbating conflict – Dr. Jann explains.
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Divorcing your ex sometimes feels like divorcing their whole family. Now that you’re co-parents, you still have to have some interaction with extended family
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If you’re trying to co-parent with an angry, bitter ex who just doesn’t cooperate, Dr. Jann provides some great tips to help you co-parent with a “brick wall”.
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One way to finding peace in Co-parenting is by examining our emotions. Our emotions are indicators of unmet needs.
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Co-parenting involves planning your children’s nutrition. Learn tips to ensure healthy eating habits for children is uniform across both households.
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