As we all know, Thanksgiving is a special time to spend with family and friends. This is how to celebrate with gratitude when you’re co-parenting.
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All holidays have to be planned for by coParents well ahead of time so that the children have the experiences that they need with both parents.
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Sometimes the fighting immediately after your divorce seems never ending. It’s exhausting for coParents. Here’s how to get through the holidays in peace.
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Cooperative gift giving allows for each parent to contribute a reasonable, negotiable amount. The focus is on unity.
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This is the first year after our break-up and the kids, ages 8 and 10, are really upset. They are scheduled to be with their father.
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Is it any wonder that Holidays are referred to as the the most stressful time of the year? They can be the best childhood memories dependent upon the grown ups.
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I’d like to get my son a cell phone for Christmas, but his mother grounds his older brother from his phone. If I’m paying for a phone, how do I control this?
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With the season upon us, how do you deal with your coParent ex this time of year?
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Study up on these top tips for constructing your perfect holiday season as coParents.
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Halloween is one of my family’s favorite holidays. Even though we are no longer in the same household, sharing this tradition is important to us.
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I am the proud mom of two very active boys. They both want to trick-or-treat with their father and I.
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