What are the signs to look for and what can you do when you feel toxic parenting is in the mix?
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‘Co-parent’ is not simply a title, it’s a verb. Leave yourself open to change and tweak as needed to bring your best co-parenting self to the table.
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Parenting is a little scary. You do not have to do it alone. Create a trusted village to foster security in your child and a sense of well-being.
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You had a brief relationship and now you have to co-parent with someone you barely know…Dr. Janella Street, Psy.D. provides great tips to help!
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A common co-parenting dilemma: what should your kids call their stepmom or stepdad? Dr. Jann Blackstone gives some insight.
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Have a conversation with your co-parent about managing screen time across your two homes, it will be helpful to manage your half of the equation.
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What happens when things don’t work out? If you aren’t legally married, you still may have legal issues to address while transitioning into co-parenting.
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As you set things in motion, there are three things to focus on during your divorce that will help you in the decision-making process.
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There are issues that naturally and consistently arise as part of a co-parenting relationship. Find out how to overcome the most common co-parenting issues.
(6 min 40 sec read)
Keep your needy ex at a distance when you’re coParenting and in another relationship. Setting boundaries with your coParent will help your new relationship.
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As a husband and co-parenting dad in a blended family, there are a few things you can do to make the holiday a bit smoother.
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Being a responsible, child-centered parent, in 2019 America, includes having a clear, simple emergency plan with your co-parent.
(4 min 25 sec read)
You may decide to sell your property without the consent of your spouse. When accepting an offer, you’ll need signatures from everyone on the grant deed.
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There are some co-parenting things that should be in court and some that should not. These three issues should not be taken to court, hear it from the judge.
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Single & co-parenting moms get extra points. As a single mom with a nearly absent co-parent, Mother’s Day is one of those up in the air holidays.
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