Regarding parenting plans, children benefit when you communicate and coordinate with your coParent on the day-to-day through transition updates.
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Dear Dr. Jann: My ex and I have completely different parenting styles. What do we do?
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Having been a child of two sets of parents whose divorce was extremely contentious and heavily litigated, I’m fed up with people playing the “blame game.”
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A short but surefire list to help keep your child happy following a divorce or separation.
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How to better communicate with your coParent.
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How can I fix my other coParent’s badmouthing?
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The next time you have a conversation, try tactics of relaxing, breathing and pausing. And taking time to analyze the silence.
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coParents often find that they build new skills through their transition from partners/spouses to coParents. This list can help guide you through.
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There is no way to get divorced or separated without changing the fabric of your family.
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Tips for basic coParenting
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Dr. Jann Blackstone discusses the importance of post divorce communication when your child is allergic to your ex’s pet. The power of positive coParenting!
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Creating a parenting plan for a preschooler, ages 3 to 5.
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