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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Setting boundaries between stepparents and coparents is vital in any blended family dynamic. We have formulated a guide to help you through this process.
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If you’re not sold on the value of coParenting for your kids, read this list put together by experts Kenneth H. Waldron, PhD and Allan R. Koritzinsky, Esq.
Keep your needy ex at a distance when you’re coParenting and in another relationship. Setting boundaries with your coParent will help your new relationship.
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A parenting plan is the parent’s written agreement about how much time the child will spend with each parent. Here is how to file your plan with the courts.
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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.
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Insecurities aside for a moment, at the root of the new two dad scenario (Bio Dad and Bonus Dad) is the potential for friction. Find ways to communicate.
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If we yell we are teaching that yelling is a legitimate way of expressing anger and we can expect our children to learn to do the same.
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Co-parenting challenges due to socio-cultural stigmas in the U.S. are shifting but remain entrenched in waning cultural expectations, and religious stigmas. (2 min 42 sec read)
There are so many scenarios to play out here; single co-parenting mom or dad sitting down with kids, extended family and blended families in the mix. (3 min 27 sec read)
This is a really common question when co-parenting — very few dads and moms like it when their child calls someone else, “dad” or “mom”. (1 min 40 sec read)
Notable new tech can disrupt the cycle of conflict that comes with separation, divorce, and co-parenting to streamline the process in the U.S. Family Law system. (7 min 8 sec read)
Co-parenting Dad getting back into the dating scene who keep the focus on what is most important…the children. (3 min 26 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)
There are going to be lots of emotions running around once you do meet your ex’s new partner. There are a few things to keep in mind when this does happen. (2 min 14 sec read)