20 tips to help you be a better and more successful co-parent So you think co-parenting is hard? Co-parenting is not that hard. You can do it if you really want. Successful co-parenting takes two. At a minimum. In order to successfully co-parent your children, you have to adopt a “we” and “our” posture and stop even … Continue reading “20 Co-parenting tips for Divorced and Separated Parents: Successful co-parenting is EASY!”
Hey, sometimes good parenting for children going through their parents divorce is all about baking cookies. Victoria Magazine’s newest issue has these amazing Marie Antoinette cookies which were created by a chef in New York. How about them for the kids this weekend? Divorce is a sad time for children but maybe you can do … Continue reading “Cheer up the Kids (post-divorce) with Marie Antoinette Cookies”
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.
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”