Instead of laboring over kids having a broken family, I encourage parents to frame divorce as a change in the family, not the end of it.
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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.
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Most coParents, when confronted with a divorce with children, say the same thing, “We want to put our children first.” How do we do this?
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To function at peak performance, remain aware of what is going on within and around you in a non-judgmental way.
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You will be center yourself and deal with the other parent more effectively once you move to a relationship that focuses on parenting instead of the coParent.
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There is no way to get divorced or separated without changing the fabric of your family.
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When coParents do not work together, it impacts the child at home and school.
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When determining best interest of children, you need to set joint goals. Waldron and Koritzinsky explain how to set a positive parenting plan with joint goals.
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We love this very open and honest YouTube video posted by actress and coParent, Mayim Bialik.
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Affleck spoke to Entertainment Tonight about his coParenting adventure with Jennifer Garner for their three children.
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In this Q&A, Dr. Jann Blackstone discusses the impact on our children, when we introduce them to a stream of our short term relationships.
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