Teach your kids these 5 tips to help keep them safe and aware of their surroundings and their boundaries. It can mean a world of difference in their life. (4 minutes 31 seconds read)
Juggling your child between two homes while trying to communicate with your coParent and keeping things as normal as possible for your kid can be overwhelming. (2 min 50 sec read)
Read more about how the grandparents can help your coParenting relationship and the important role they play in your child’s life. (4 min 3 sec read)
The difficulty with a co-parent who engages in what some call “white paper terrorism” is you know you shouldn’t respond but sometimes you simply have too.(3 min 16 sec read)
Recognizing how to work with those protective feelings for your child and use them to strengthen your two-home parenting skills and managing your own feelings. (3 min 46 sec read)
From disagreement and accusations to guilt trips, insults and worse, the seeds of a heated exchange or a lingering dissatisfaction can sprout at any moment. (2 min 12 sec read)
A common worry is whether your coParent is doing and saying things to your child to undermine your relationship with them.
The group aims at showing the world that fathers should be just as equally important in their children’s lives. It’s about the best interest of the child.
coParenting with someone who still provokes or triggers strong emotion can be challenging, and also re-wounding. Learn ways to adjust to your new life.
It’s not divorce that affects children, it’s conflict. Conflict can be present in marriage and in divorce so it is important for children to always come first.
My ex and I shared joint custody; an even 50-50 split. Five months later, she relocated to the East coast for work and I became a full-time single parent.
Do men and women think & communicate differently? And, if so, do they tend to negotiate in different ways? How does that affect their coParenting relationship?
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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If co-parents can’t agree on what’s best for their kids, does that mean one parent is wrong, and the other is right? See how perspective affects co-parenting.
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We were living a new age coParenting relationship with an old fashion attitude about how you act after a break-up. It was a recipe for disaster.
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