We’ve identified these six common coParenting mistakes and provide easy solutions that any coParent can implement.
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Are you coParenting a child with signs of insecure attachment? Learn the different attachment styles and what you and your coParent can do.
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‘Co-parent’ is not simply a title, it’s a verb. Leave yourself open to change and tweak as needed to bring your best co-parenting self to the table.
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You had a brief relationship and now you have to co-parent with someone you barely know…Dr. Janella Street, Psy.D. provides great tips to help!
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There is no easy recipe for co-parenting whether it is the most amicable divorce or a parallel co-parenting approach. Find out how to combat these 3 mistakes.
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Consider the benefits of co-parenting, weigh the positive implications for the health and well being of the children.
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Co-parents, it’s time to set up your own self-care plan! Grab your pens, colored pencils, paint, etc. Who knows? This may even work towards feeding your spirit!
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I married into a blended family that seemed perfect. But… that all changed when we got married. Communication issues arose and became progressively worse.
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Alison, a coParent of a special needs child, recently divorced and had to make some quick life changes in order to keep up.
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Tips for basic coParenting
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