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.
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. Huffingtonpost.com. Retrieved on July 1, 2014, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/honoree-corder/the-coparenting-cheat-she_b_5432369.html?utm_hp_ref=divorce&ir=Divorce.
Article Writen by: Divorce Without War July 14th, 2014