Find out how to use all the features of the coParenter app.
coParenter is the first app built on the Intelligent Dispute Resolution (IDR) platform and was specifically designed for separating, divorced and never-married parents.
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.
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Parenting styles are a hot topic to discuss when you are ready to move in with a new partner and his or her child. Here’s how to negotiate and compromise.
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Helping your child heal after a divorce will help them as they grow and later in life when they are developing their own relationships. These are the top 7 tips.
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Children between thirteen and fifteen use the family as a base for support and guidance. These are tips for creating a parenting plan for young teens.
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As co-parents, we all dream of our child growing to become confident and sure of themselves in the world.
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If you’re trying to co-parent with an angry, bitter ex who just doesn’t cooperate, Dr. Jann provides some great tips to help you co-parent with a “brick wall”.
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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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During and after divorce and separation, adults often struggle with feelings that often interfere with their co-parenting relationship.
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Parenting Plans are important for all ages. Toddlers experience rapid physical, emotional, and social growth. They are on the move!
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A great deal has been written about the fact that when spouses feel compelled to win their arguments with each other, they end up losing their relationship.
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Following a divorce, there are so many dynamic factors occurring in the co-parenting relationship between you and your ex spouse.
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In order for the family to attain happiness, each co-parent must process their emotions and learn to be happy with themselves.
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One way to finding peace in Co-parenting is by examining our emotions. Our emotions are indicators of unmet needs.
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The authoritarian parenting style tends to be manipulative and fear-based in its motives while relying on bribes, rewards and punishments.
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The therapist will help you, your fiance, & your ex establish healthy boundaries everyone is comfortable with. Not all co-parenting relationships are the same.
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