The passage of time has encompassed loads of development and changes and growth in their lives. And yet, here we are after all this time, still nesting. Our kids still call the same place “home.”
Co-Parenting after Divorce
Once you accept that you can only control your own behavior – not that of a person with a difficult or high conflict personality – your life will greatly improve.
If parents follow these strategies during the holiday season you and your ex-partner will have a higher likelihood of enjoying the festivities this year.
While creating and maintaining new routines for kids post-divorce may feel like the last thing on your mind, it’s one of the most important things you can do for your child’s happiness.
How to apply the Be-Do-Have Coparenting Model, a well-known coaching tool that helps coparents communicate with an ex-spouse.
Children processing a divorce in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic can certainly benefit from seeing a therapist. Keep the following tips in mind.
With many options to choose from, stay focused on which co-parenting app fits your family’s situation. Talk the options over with your ex since these apps work great as tools for parent collaboration.
Here’s what you need to know about residing outside New York state for over six months during the pandemic.
You may not want to do better or be better than you feel, but creating a healthy co-parenting relationship may require you to act better than you feel.
A visitation schedule is vital to a working post-divorce parenting relationship. Your child’s age and the distance between your and the other parent’s home are two of the main factors you should consider. Find out which schedules could work for your family’s unique situation.