Can’t imagine a holiday season without your kids? Newly divorced families face the difficult task of creating holiday custody schedules to coParent effectively.
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What happens when you are newly separated or divorced and the kids are with the other coParent for the holidays? Here are some tips.
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The holidays can be wonderful, but they are also a very difficult time of year for coParents. Here are some tips on navigating the holidays while coParenting.
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Using your kids’ best interest as the criteria for decision making, ask yourself where would THEY like to trick or treat?
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Dr. Jann answers the question of whether it’s appropriate for your partner to get presents for his ex with his children from divorce.
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One of many emotional decisions divorced parents are forced to make is how to share time with their kids during holidays, school vacations, and other events.
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“What if I don’t use this coParenting app? Will it hurt me in family court?” Learn how not using the coParenter app can actually hurt your custody case.
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The coParenter App helps coParents to be better parents and keep the kids at the center, not in the middle. Not using the coParenter app could also hurt you.
Even though you’re no longer together, keeping some family traditions intact for your kids is a great way to keep your coParenting relationship strong.
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One of the primary rules of good ex-etiquette is to respect for the other parent—and your child’s scheduled time with them.
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We know divorce isn’t easy and that you’re doing the best you can. Here are a couple of things to keep in mind this holiday season that would really help us out
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This holiday season, if you have an Ex that seems dedicated to cultivating chaos, here are a few strategies worth considering.
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Contrary to what I tell other coParents, my husband and I moved very quickly when we moved in together. The holidays taught me to keep the kids at the center.
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My fiance got a call from his ex saying she didn’t think their daughter wanted to be at our house for New Year’s. We were under the assumption she did.
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After celebrating her first New Year’s Eve as a single coParent, Debbie Ficarra never forgot how she survived with her head held high.
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