The Co-Parenting Cheat Sheet

So you’ve made it through your divorce. Or you’ve split as a couple, but the result of a relationship, however brief or long it was, that once existed has resulted in new love: your children. Whether you’re excited about it or not, you’ll be in a new and different relationship with your child’s other parent for the next fifty or so years.


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And, if your kids aren’t already in college, you’ll need to be communicating effectively with the other parent on a regular basis. Are there ways that are better than others to discuss what your kids need without losing your mind? Yes! Yes! Yes!

Co-Parenting can be tough, tough business, especially if residual negative feelings exist on either side. You can handle every aspect like a pro, with a little practice and some proper procedures:

Cordor, Honoree. The Co-Parenting Cheat Sheet. Retrieved on July 1, 2014,

Article Writen by: Divorce Without War July 14th, 2014

Posted In: Children and Drivorce, Divorce


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