Setting boundaries early with your ex for co-parenting is important. Doing so will keep down conflict and have a positive impact on all involved.
When I first divorced, I worried shared custody meant I was losing my status as a full-time parent. I couldn't have been more wrong.
Feel that as a single mom you need to do and control everything yourself and lock your ex out of his children's lives? You can let go and start to trust him.
How to thrive with your current spouse, while dealing with your ex-spouse. How to learn to separate these 2 worlds in which you live.
The key to successful parallel parenting after divorce is to keep the focus on your kids and to maintain a cordial relationship with your ex-spouse.
Should you continue to navigate the choppy waters of co-parenting with an unwilling partner? Not if you consider parallel parenting as an option.
What happens when you just can't agree on legal custody issues after divorce? Here are 6 tips for resolving custody issues with an ex.
Co-parenting can be tough under normal circumstances, but when co-parenting with a narcissist, it can be challenging and mind bending!
Many challenges of co-parenting are universal whether you have an amicable divorce or not. Learn out to deal with the logistical nightmares of co-parenting.
Co-parenting after divorce isn't usually easy. It takes a willingness to learn new communicate skills. You will find these tips helpful.
Here are ten co-parenting tips that will help you and your ex put your children and their welfare first after divorce. Don't they deserve your effort?
The seven keys to peaceful co-parenting after divorce lie in keeping the focus on what is best for the kids. And, on what causes less chaos for the parents.
What I discovered about myself when my ex-took our kids and their family on MY dream vacation. How I learned to not let him push my buttons.
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