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Co-Parenting & Divorce

What To Do If Your Co-Parent Is Toxic

If your life often seems consumed by the latest drama with your ex, you may feel that the pain and conflict will never end. Here’s how to stop yourself from getting triggered all the time and make sure you’re doing the best for your kids.

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Co-Parenting & Divorce

How To Co-Parent To Make Your Kids Feel Loved, Happy, and Secure

Co-parenting after a split is challenging, to say the least. From difficult exes, to financial worries, to helping your kids cope, you’re barely keeping it together. Fortunately, there are small (but critical) shifts that can make all the difference in your children’s wellbeing.

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Co-Parenting & Divorce

What’s Fair Isn’t Always What’s Best For Your Kids After Divorce

After a break-up or divorce, you may be fighting to get your fair share–of time with your kids, of financial resources from your ex. You don’t want your kids to get short-changed. But sometimes, what’s fair isn’t always what’s best for your kids. Here’s why.

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Co-Parenting & Divorce

Your Kids Don’t Want To Spend Time With The Other Parent. Now What?

Your child doesn’t want to spend time with the other parent. They complain, they fuss, or they may even refuse to go. What can possibly be the reason why this is happening, and more importantly, how can you handle this with compassion and understanding?

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Co-Parenting & Divorce

What To Do If The Stress Of Co-Parenting Is Overwhelming You

You have so much on your plate after a divorce or separation. Add to that your kids’ meltdowns or difficulties at school, and it’s no wonder you lose it sometimes. How can you help them adjust, and feel calmer and more in control of your own life, too?

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Co-Parenting & Divorce

One Word Divorced Parents Should Never Use

Language is powerful. One word has the power to catapult or to crush. Here’s how to make sure the words you’re using around your child will help them thrive after divorce and become secure adults.

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Co-Parenting & Divorce

Are Your Kids Crabby And Unruly After Spending Time With Your Ex?

Your kids come home crabby and unruly after spending time at the other household. Before you blame your ex, you may want to consider this insightful analogy that can put a whole new perspective on this common co-parenting complaint.

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