What are the signs to look for and what can you do when you feel toxic parenting is in the mix?
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There are issues that naturally and consistently arise as part of a co-parenting relationship. Find out how to overcome the most common co-parenting issues.
(6 min 40 sec read)
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.
(2 min 38 sec read)
Even on a good day, there seem to be endless points of disagreement with your co-parent. We’re really talking about differences in micro-values and priorities.
(3 min 31 sec
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)
Are you contributing to them? Wondering what you may be doing wrong, instead of just blaming the other coParent for everything?
(1 minute 15 seconds read)
Divorcing a difficult ex? When you can’t gain the cooperation of a difficult ex, let others, such as mediators and real estate agents, take on the task.
(2 minutes 36 seconds read)
Have a healthy, coParenting relationship and get tips on how to live a child-centric life after a high-conflict divorce.
(2 minutes 2 seconds read)
Dealing with a difficult ex while coParenting? Here’s what you need to know to get past conflict for the well-being of your child.
(3 minutes 5 seconds read)
I recently joined a variety of “support groups” on Facebook for those who are separated or divorced. A woman was in a tug-of-war with her child and coParent.
(4 minutes 38 seconds read)
When seeking a divorce attorney, buyer beware. Here is why mediation is best.
(5 minutes 12 seconds read)
Hang on during the end of your divorce as a coParent, because the ride can still get bumpy. Here’s how to protect yourself.
(4 minutes 9 seconds read)
In order for the family to attain happiness, each coParent must process their emotions and learn to be happy with themselves.
(5 minutes 7 seconds read)
According to Stephen Ross, PsyD, HSPP, a child’s psychological reaction to their parents’ divorce varies in degree, depending upon the following three factors.
(1 minute 4 seconds read)
No matter how you slice it, divorce is hard on children. coParents, Here is how to put your child first in divorce.
(1 minute 1 second read)