The key to positive co-parenting is communication. If you can civilly communicate with your ex, the rest will fall into place.
Co-Parenting after Divorce
After a divorce, it’s important for both parents to have involvement in their children’s lives. As a father, follow these tips to ensure you stay connected with your kids.
If your spouse has cheated it would benefit you to take some time to discover the legal implications of their infidelity.
As a father, you play an important role in making sure your children do not become casualties of your divorce.
Whether they’re in preschool or college, a divorce can affect children and their performance in school at any age. Follow these tips to help your children cope and feel supported during this difficult time.
Keep your children’s well-being a priority after divorce by maintaining a healthy co-parenting relationship with your ex-spouse.
What’s the best way to co-parent an anxious teen? How do divorced parents ensure that they’re co-parenting in ways that aren’t inducing more anxiety in their child?
While you will likely face numerous challenges while single parenting, there are ways to make this post-divorce transition easier on your child.
If you understand the basics of child custody – and you and your ex are willing and able to cooperate for the sake of your children – then you can create a co-parenting plan that makes your kids feel secure, happy, and loved.
How to bench your inner “Kobe Bryant” in order to handle co-parenting competition and jealousy with grace – most of the time, anyway.