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4 Things Successful Co-Parents Do

Nancy Ryan

If you are going through a divorce, you may still have a lot of anger or hurt. It is hard enough to deal with these feelings. The last thing that you probably want to do is to work closely with your ex. But, that is exactly what you will have to do when children are involved. For those who are sharing custody of children, the struggles of co-parenting can seem overwhelming.

Many couples manage to work out successful co-parenting relationships that are amicable and help their children thrive. While there is no specific blueprint to a successful co-parenting relationship, there are some things that most successful co-parents do. Here they are.

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Co-Parenting After a Divorce: Make It Work For You

Nancy Ryan

Co-parenting after a divorce is hard. Here are some tips to make it easier.

If you have ever argued with your ex-spouse in front of the kids, talked badly about the other parent while they are not around or refused to allow your ex-spouse to visit with the kids, then you are doing co-parenting all wrong. However, you are not alone. In my practice, I’ve learned that co-parenting is often one of the hardest things that come with getting a divorce.

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