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Tips for Divorced Parents

Posted by Sandra On October - 10 - 2011

Children & Separation or Divorce

Cooperative parenting with your ex can give your children continued stability and close relationships with both parents—but it certainly isn’t easy. In reality, putting aside relationship issues to co-parent amicably can be extremely stressful and difficult. Despite the many challenges, though, it is possible to initiate and maintain a cordial working relationship with your ex for the sake of your children. You have the power to remain calm, stay consistent, and avoid or effectively resolve conflict with your ex—all in the name of putting your children’s needs first.

READ MORE HERE:

http://helpguide.org/mental/coparenting_shared_parenting_divorce.htm

 










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