co-parenting

Do These 3 Things For Your Child During Divorce

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During a divorce, your children need you now more than they’ve ever needed you before.

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Anxious Co-Parent? Here’s How To Cope With Your Anxiety

What can an anxious co-parent do to feel less anxious around their ex?

What does it feel like to be an anxious co-parent? What can an anxious co-parent do to feel less anxious around their ex?

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5 Ways I'm Learning To Make The Most Of My Kid-Free Time

When was the last time you thought about your happiness level and personal goals?

What if I could find a way to look forward to my kid-free time instead of dreading it?

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What Should A Custody Exchange Look Like? 10 Ways To More Peace

Visitation exchanges need not be police matters or events that create patterns of family dysfunction in the children we love.

What should a custody exchange look like and how do co-parents manage to keep them peaceful and productive?

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How To Handle A Low Down Dirty, Trash Talking Ex

Making space for a child to love a former partner who seems bent on destroying you is a Herculean task.

Parents on the receiving end of a high-conflict, trash talking ex have an incredibly difficult job. Making space for a child to love a former partner who seems bent on destroying you is a Herculean task.

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Is A "Fun Time Parent" Taking All The Fun Out Of Your Parenting?

It’s easy to paint the town red and have a great time when not paying one’s fair share.

It's no surprise that parents who run a tighter ship get ticked off when everything they work so hard to instill in their children goes right out the window when they go to their other parent’s home, then they have to struggle to reintegrate into the structured environment when they return.

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