Understand that co-parenting is an open promise to your children where they are given a chance to pursue a healthy relationship with both parents.
(2 min 34 sec read)
Co-parents already know things can get challenging with work and travel commitments. There are the logistics and negotiations of swaps on your custody schedule.
(3 min 15 sec read)
Are you coParenting a child with signs of insecure attachment? Learn the different attachment styles and what you and your coParent can do.
(3 min 31 sec read)
If you are interested in announcing this good news to your kids before discussing it with your ex, don’t. Here’s why!
(2 min 35 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)
Perhaps you have exhausted all attempts to co-parent with your ex and you find yourself in a parallel parenting situation. Here are 3 tips to help you succeed.
(2 min 56 sec read)
What is the best course of action when your co-parent has a parenting style that stands on the opposite end of the spectrum as your style?
(3 min 52 sec read)
Work hard to find a constructive space with your coParent and resolve disagreements away from your kids, nothing good comes from high-conflict coParenting. (2 min 21 sec read)
There are plenty of challenges that come with co-parenting but if you are in it to raise the best kids possible, there are a few things to be mindful of. (3 min 34 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)
Opinions matter, apologize, chill out. Take a moment to consider these three things for co-parenting in the new year! (2 min 8 sec read)
These twelve negotiation tips will help you compromise and communicate better with your coParent so you both can be the best parents to your children.
(4 minutes 33 seconds read)
Both coParents can argue that everything is wrong in the current divorce negotiations: failure to listen, emotionally charged speech, unrealistic expectations
(1 minute 30 seconds read)
Knowing when your coParent needs to seek professional help will, not only, keep you and your children safe but also help your coParenting relationship.
(3 minutes 29 seconds read)
A coParenting study looking at the effect and benefits of shared custody (50/50 parenting plans) on pre-school children.
(1 minute 46 seconds read)