Parallel co-parenting developed as a way for parents — particularly those in high conflict divorces — to focus their energy on raising their child by disengaging from problematic communication with their ex-spouse
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Thanksgiving arts and crafts can help kids sort out their feelings and remember that they are still part of a family that cares about each other – even if it’s changed.
Taking the time to understand your goals and concerns can feel indulgent when you are trying to make decisions about the rest of your life. However, your goals and concerns can keep you moving forward in the right direction.
The goal with back to school planning is to set the year up for success so incorporate any strategies or professionals that will help you meet that goal.
All of our narratives play an important role in shaping our behaviors and relationships moving forward.
Vacationing with your kids should be a highlight of the summer. Whether it’s seeing different parts of the country or world, visiting friends and family, or simply relaxing close to home, vacations are a time for families to connect and make new memories.
What did you learn from your parent’s divorce that will help you navigate your divorce?
Out of all the emotions that can arise between exes during divorce, perhaps the hardest one to deal with is anger.
If your divorce lines up with a major event, focus on how you want the event remembered by your child(ren) in their divorce narrative. You will never regret acting gracefully.
Can you be happily divorced when your friends are all married? The answer is “yes”, but if you’re not there, read on for tips to get to that point.