When going through separation and divorce, couples are so focused on the breakup, that they may push aside the importance of breaking the news to their kids.
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Regardless of whether the two parents were legally married or not, you go through the process of ‘uncoupling’ and restructuring the family.
(2 min 16 sec read)
Tips on how to co-parent well and have a healthy relationship with your ex. Whether never married or divorced, co-parent well for your kids.
(3 min 8 sec read)
Getting your ex on board with the coParenter app will help you make better coParenting decisions for your kids. (2 min 12 sec read)
Going through a divorce can be brutal, this we know. As you step through this process you may find yourself at a fork in the road. (2 min 42 sec read)
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.
(4 minutes 45 seconds read)
The divorce or separation just happened and the holidays are looming, now what? Find ways to cope with your first holiday as a coParent.
(1 minute 57 seconds read)
Your significant other is coParenting with an ex and you are uncomfortable with the amount of time that they spend. Learn how to establish trust.
(2 minutes 42 seconds read)
The best coParenting relationship is one that puts your child first and coming to a parenting plan agreement early so your child can adjust is very important.
(3 minutes 38 seconds read)
Parallel Parenting is reserved for high-conflict divorces where coParenting is impossible. It is for parents that still carry a great deal of animosity.
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There’s a lot of history between the two coParents, some of it positive, some of it not so good. Hold onto what worked and let go of what didn’t.
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The purpose of a parenting plan is to determine a somewhat predictable and consistent residential schedule for your children between two homes.
(2 minutes 8 seconds read)
Many of my mommy friends are married, and it wasn’t uncommon for us all to go out on group dates or even to meet for play dates when I was coupled.
(2 minutes 53 seconds read)
Genetic vulnerabilities, physical illness, and the stresses associated with poverty, all affect the lens through which a child views self and others.
(1 minute 46 seconds read)
Three reasons to avoid the #1 coParenting mistake of speaking negatively about your coParent. Read now before it’s too late!
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