Co-parenting

“To share the duties of parenting a child”.
In other words, it’s when a family splits in two and
can still mutually and beneficially work together
in raising their child in a more positive way.

How to Negotiate Custody and Support the Right Way

When my stepdaughter's mom served us paperwork last year to modify our custody agreement, my husband and I were shocked, angry, and scared. We're both conflict avoidant people, so the idea of going to court ...

How to Answer Your Child’s Questions About Divorce

When a mother and father separate, it can be hard for children to wrap their heads around. Even if they know you and their father (or mother) are splitting apart, they may not fully comprehend what that means for some time. You may expect older children to har...

Become a Co-parenting Champion!

Are you ready to stop fighting... and start CO-parenting? Whether you're divorced or separated from your child's mother or father, or marrying into a family with children, working together with the other parent...

Divorce and Children: Get Over Yourself

Stop fighting over time, stop putting all your focus on counting days, stop disrespecting the other parent’s time. Just stop it. Your child loves both of his parents, and he wants to spend quality time with both of you. SO CUT IT OUT. It is not about you....

The Hardest Thing I Had to Learn as a Divorced Mom

Divorce is hard. Divorce with kids is harder. Getting divorced with kids and trying to fix the relationship to a point where you can co-parent because you want to do what’s best for the kids? That’s the harde...

7 Ways You May Be Committing Co-Parenting Sabotage

Whether you're married, separated, estranged, divorced, broken up - whatever the relationship - the fact is, parenting is coparenting. Even if you seemingly don't agree on anything, chances are you both agree o...

I have a dream… of Co-parenting Successfully

By definition, co-parenting merely means “to share the duties of parenting a child”. In reality, this word means so much more. It’s not only the participation of parenting, it’s when a family splits in two, and can still mutually and beneficially work together...