Since they lack self-awareness, high conflict personalities (HCP) make no effort to change their own behavior when things go badly.
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There are a few things you will need to do to begin to manage during your evolving family when leaving a high conflict relationship and co-parenting.
(3 min 45 sec read)
Concerned about how your conflict affects your kids? Debra Carter explains why you should be.
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A great deal has been written about the fact that when spouses feel compelled to win their arguments with each other, they end up losing their relationship.
(5 min 10 sec read)
In order for the family to attain happiness, each co-parent must process their emotions and learn to be happy with themselves.
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Co-parenting with a difficult ex might be one of the hardest situations ever. So, what should you do when you have a tricky co-parenting relationship?
(4 min 17 sec read)
Divorce is a whirlwind of emotions not shy of drama, with emotions flaring with your ‘soon to be ex’ coupled with the shock and grief of the separation itself.
(3 min 47 sec read)
How do you know your co-parent is bad-mouthing you and how can you take action when it happens?
(2 min 48 sec read)
After a break-up, parents often ask for a list, something to which they can refer to, that will help them deal with their ex in a positive way for the kids!
(6 min 10 sec read)
What are the signs to look for and what can you do when you feel toxic parenting is in the mix?
(4 min 10 sec read)
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?
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