What is a divorce coach and who needs one? Read on to learn what a Divorce Coach can do for you.
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How old do you think a child should be before you tell them the specifics of your divorce? Dr. Jann Blackstone answers that question.
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We all go through stages in life that are more anxiety-ridden than others so how do we know if our child is suffering from anxiety?
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Today, more than ever before, children face rapidly changing times. Conflict and change will be inevitable, and learning to be resilient is key.
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Here are some tips to approach the situation, with your co-parent, in a way that facilitates resolution instead of exacerbating conflict – Dr. Jann explains.
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If you’re unsure what a Parenting Coordinator does or how they can help you with your parenting plan, Debra K. Carter, PhD explains it all here.
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Divorcing your ex sometimes feels like divorcing their whole family. Now that you’re co-parents, you still have to have some interaction with extended family
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Co-parenting with someone who still provokes or triggers strong emotion can be challenging, and also re-wounding. Learn ways to adjust to your new life.
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Coming into a blended family seemed perfect at first but that all changed once we got married. Communication issues arose and became progressively worse.
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Determining whether you’re entitled to take money from your joint account during your divorce process can be tricky. Shawn Leamon provides great tips.
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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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