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Parenting Hay 3h
peace. My Hubby, my ex, & our amazing child. She gets to benefit from having three parents who work well together, and I benefit from not having to be in the middle of parenting disagreements.
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Brighter Side 3h
I like this list, . Theses are the things that create a healthy co-parenting relationship.
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Kasey Slocum 14h
I’m sorry but our 5 year old still needs to be in a seat🤦🏽‍♀️
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Exes and Allies Apr 16
Replying to @ExesAndAllies
And — THAT is the fight worth engaging in and it is the one kids need. End.
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Christy Graham 8h
Christy Graham explains how to coparent after your separation on Collaborative Divorce Texas. Wondering how to preserve your coparenting relationship and still split up? Collaborative Divorce helps to protect the relationship while separating.
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Imperial Department of Medicine Apr 22
: what is it and how can it influence children’s behaviour? 👨‍👩‍👧 shares insights into ongoing research:
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The Fathers Rights Movement - New York Apr 16
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Mandy Walker Apr 23
For children of struggling families, life is already so challenging that the divorce doesn't make any difference. When your marriage is ending, both spouses have a responsibility to make it as least disruptive as possible on the children.
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Claudia Valdez Apr 22
When my son says daddy & I are his best friends 🥰 >>>
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Rebecca Apr 22
As the father of her child she did the right thing she has to co parent with him for the rest of her life..
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Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group 12h
A no-fault or uncontested could save you time and money. Find out if a New Jersey is right for your situation.
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Fields and Dennis Apr 23
Divorce dilemma: can nesting work after a difficult breakup? #divorcehttps://www.mercurynews.com/2019/04/10/ask-amy-nesting-divorce/
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coParenter 7h
What is your current custody agreement? Does it work for your relationship? Share your thoughts!
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Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group 4h
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Holcomb Prevention Apr 23
Did you know that Holcomb offers a FREE Online-Based Parenting Course that teaches evidence-based skills to help parents effectively manage issues that come up in co-parenting? Call us to learn more: 484-444-012
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Pauline King Shannon Apr 23
Hmm... more trips to the Hume Cronyn Obervatory this summer? Sounds like a good plan! 🖒
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Divorce Nation.net 4h
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Anna Apr 23
Don't make it about the battle, make it about Co-parenting in Harmony. Children needs to feel the continued love of both parents.
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The Fathers Rights Movement - New York Apr 22
Good parents = co-parent
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RJ Brown 10h
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