Hard time managing your emotions while co-parenting? Kenneth H. Waldron, PhD & Allan R. Koritzinsky, Esq. take a look at how to manage the roller coaster.
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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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A great deal has been written about the fact that when spouses feel compelled to win their arguments with each other, they end up losing their relationship.
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Following a divorce, there are so many dynamic factors occurring in the co-parenting relationship between you and your ex spouse.
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Even after the big items are resolved, there are always many other miscellaneous tasks involved in a breakup. Here’s how to get through.
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No matter how you slice it, divorce is hard on children. coParents, Here is how to put your child first in divorce.
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Divorce’s angry feelings may lead you to make decisions that feel good at the moment—but, in the end, hurt your children.
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How to get along with your coParent? Keep the peace.
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What if this year as coParents we made another type of New Year’s resolution? How about “Parentally” Fit?
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Within the world of mediation, you as a coParent are required to attend the child custody mediation session mandated by the court.
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How do we stop ourselves from fighting in front of our kids? These tips from Dr. Phil should help.
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