Q&A: Are Parenting Classes Mandatory After Divorce?

Research has shown that there are a number of ways that parents harm their children or inappropriately trap their children in the middle of their conflicts.

Research has shown that there are a number of ways that parents harm their children or inappropriately trap their children in the middle of their conflicts.

On crafting a post-divorce parenting plan for teens

Teens and Divorce are usually a tough combination to circumnavigate. One of the main issues is custody & visitation. The challenge is how to craft a meaningful parenting plan that will be effective and that both teens and parents will love. Here are some of the things to consider in crafting a parenting plan that … Continue reading “On crafting a post-divorce parenting plan for teens”

After divorce: Co-parenting vs. parallel parenting

CO-PARENTING VS. PARALLEL PARENTING I was reading on this blog called Rock Star Co-parenting and this notion of parallel parenting vs. co-parenting came up. The idea is that sometimes after a divorce, parents are not actually “co-parenting” which is the favored model. They actually “parallel” parent. The thing with parallel lines is that they never … Continue reading “After divorce: Co-parenting vs. parallel parenting”