COPARENTING: Why Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick Are Great Role Models for Parents

If more parents could do like Kourtney and Scott, more children of divorce or broken relationships would probably have a healthier, happier childhood in spite of their parents having split.

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If more parents could do like Kourtney and Scott, more children of divorce or broken relationships would probably have a healthier, happier childhood in spite of their parents having split.

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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.

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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.

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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”

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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”

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