A restraining order, also referred to as a no-contact order, can have significant long-term effects on child custody and visitation arrangements. This post takes a closer look at how to co-parent children under these circumstances.
Joint physical or legal custody is not always the best solution for a child. After all, there are different circumstances in life. If you’re trying to avoid 50-50 custody, here’s what you need to know.
Are you dealing with a toxic ex-spouse who’s manipulating your child and poisoning your life? Read on to find out their favorite methods and how to resist them.
No matter the reason why your ex refuses to co-parent, there are always steps you can take to reduce conflict and put your child first. This blog covers a few best practices and tips.
The title of ‘Stepmom’ can be such an unenviable one. One minute you are cool, the next you are unfriended or simply disregarded. Here are 5 tips that can help. (5 min 35 sec read)
Respect differences in parenting style or practices unless it is a concern for your child’s safety. You can discuss concerns but remember: it’s a discussion. (3 min 21 sec read)
People believe that successful co-parenting involves a secret formula that transforms a nightmare ex-spouse into a garden-variety human being. This is not true. (2 min 59 sec read)
Learn 6 ways to communicate with a narcissistic co-parent and how a co-parenting app may be able to solve all them all. (3 min 47 sec read)
If I were to pinpoint the one thing in co-parenting that causes the most stress for the kids and me, it’s the exchanges. (4 min read)
Are you co-parenting a child with signs of insecure attachment? Learn the different attachment styles and what you and your co-parent can do (3 min 31 sec read)