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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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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Dear Dr. Jann: This Christmas my new partner’s parents have invited us all to spend the holiday with them. I’ve never met his ex. Got any tips?
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Dear Dr. Jann: Now that my ex and I have finally decided to call it quits, we are really struggling as the holidays approach. How should we celebrate?
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This is the first year after our break-up and the kids, ages 8 and 10, are really upset. They are scheduled to be with their father.
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Is it any wonder that Holidays are referred to as the the most stressful time of the year? They can be the best childhood memories dependent upon the grown ups.
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Working together as coParents with school and holiday events will create everlasting memories for your child.
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With the season upon us, how do you deal with your coParent ex this time of year?
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Have a child’s big event or performance coming up? Learn strategies to attend alongside your ex and make it a pleasant experience for all.
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Halloween is one of my family’s favorite holidays. Even though we are no longer in the same household, sharing this tradition is important to us.
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Halloween is an exciting time for children and coParents alike. Let’s try to keep it that way, with these tricks for coParents.
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I am the proud mom of two very active boys. They both want to trick-or-treat with their father and I.
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