Category Archives: Communication

Co-Parenting: Putting the Past Where It Belongs

Happy New Year everyone! I hope your 2011 was a year of wonderful blessings and new opportunities. Hopefully you took advantage of each and every one. If the year didn’t go as planned, don’t fret. You have a whole new … Continue reading

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Respect: An Integral Element of Co-Parenting

Basically co-parenting boils down to “cooperative parenting” or parenting together. It is a firmly held belief with professionals that children fare better when parents can minimize any trauma during and after their divorce and can communicate, cooperate, and compromise with … Continue reading

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Don’t Use Your Kids to Communicate With Your Ex

A friend reported over-hearing a conversation between a mother and child recently. The mother was telling the child to tell her father things that basically the mother should have been discussing with him. And the child was telling the mom … Continue reading

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