Working together as co-parents with school and holiday events will create everlasting memories for your child.
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Are you a good co-parent? Debra Carter sheds some light. If you or your ex exhibit these behaviors, maybe you’re not coParenting your kids the way you wish to.
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When I found out my co-parent was going to have a new child, the first thing I did was ask my kids how they felt. I assumed that they would feel left out.
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Ritual, routine, and predictability help build a new normal. Karen Bonnell offers more tips on building a successful co-parenting relationship.
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As we all know, Thanksgiving is a special time to spend with family and friends. This is how to celebrate with gratitude when you’re co-parenting.
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Co-parenting coordination usually happens in three phases. The first is redefining the family. – Debra Carter explains.
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Allan Koritzinsky & Kenneth Waldon discuss the types of child custody access when you’re divorced. Flexibility is key in your parenting plan.
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It’s time FOR MOM AND DAD to get on the same page—for the sake of your child. You are his role models.
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The back-and-forth conversation about money can be stressful and conflict-filled. Here is how to help navigate the ‘how’ when it comes to co-parenting finances.
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Of course, you always try to be sensitive to other’s feelings when planning a special occasion but where do you draw the line?
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Dr. Jann Blackstone answers a user’s question about having a co-parent that smokes around the child. Find ways to address this.
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If you’re going through a divorce, you need to know what team of professionals are available to you. Find out here who you might need and why.
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It is no big surprise that forgivingness is the key to emotional freedom, but, in most cases, forgiveness is easier said than done.
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If a person wishes to make joint co-parenting decisions, there should be a pretty thorough to-do list. The list is always a work-in-progress.
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When is it considered your spouse is too close to their co-parent? Dr. Jann Blackstone answers a reader’s question on trust and boundaries.
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