coParenting Vs. Parallel Parenting What’s the difference and which one works best for you? Maybe your situation falls somewhere in between? Find out here.
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Parallel parenting is when parents are committed to being an active engaged parent but need to be disengaged from each other.
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Parallel Parenting is reserved for high-conflict divorces where coParenting is impossible. It is for parents that still carry a great deal of animosity.
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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.
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Parallel parenting indicates that parents may not be aligned with how they raise their children and parent separately vs coParenting where you align parenting.
coParenting is difficult as it is, but it’s even more difficult with a narcissist. It’s a diagnosis that gets thrown around a lot when people break-up
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The dreaded words “That’s not how we do it at Mom’s (or Dad’s) house”. As much as we would like to coordinate, things may differ from house to house.
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CoParenting isn’t easy when the other parent is difficult. Mediation, family court, coParenting apps, and professional help all impacts your relationship.
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How does parallel parenting differ from co-parenting? Learn the major differences between the two parenting styles and which style best fits your situation.
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