Guidelines for Parents – Co-Parenting During the COVID Crisis

Unfortunately, given the COVID crisis, we are all faced with such uncertainty. As parents, our primary concern has and always will be the health and safety of our children. Divorced co-parents, whose children often move between their two homes, now have added challenges in navigating their children’s schedules, online schooling and above all, keeping their…

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Top 3 Signs of an Effective, Healthy Co-Parenting Relationship

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It’ll take a ton of work for two people to reach the point in which it is possible to say their co-parenting relationship actually is going well. For the majority of families, there’s room for improvement. Though, instead of concentrating on what isn’t working, identify what’s going well in order for you to accentuate the…

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Tips to Help Your Children Through Your Divorce

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When you find your family going through a divorce, emotions run high and patience can be at an all-time low. Some parents and well-meaning family members are not aware of the long-term, life-changing effects divorce can have on the children in the family, no matter how young or old. Here are some tips to help…

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Using Your Children as Leverage During a Divorce Is Harmful!

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Many times during a divorce, the “gloves come off” in ways you or your spouse never thought were possible. In strenuous times, people often do things they regret.  Unfortunately, in divorce, it is common to use children as leverage, no matter their age. Some parents are not aware of the long-term, life-altering effects divorce can…

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