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Divorce Magazine Apr 7
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Peter Mukabi 29 Oct 11
U know ur life doesnt suck so much wen u find ur workmate reading th book
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Jen Grice Oct 4
So important for divorcing, divorced, and single parents to see through their own pain and stress to know what their children might be experiencing. Anxiety is very common! Here are some of the signs...
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Clare O'Reilly Aug 29
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Robert E. Hornberger 20 Feb 18
Advice for Co-Parenting After Your Long Island Divorce to Reduce Stress Tips for how to communicate with your former spouse about your children after your divorce to reduce the stress for you and your children. -Parenting
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Sandra Doweck 16 Apr 15
Recently divorced? PTCoach can provide techniques both parents can use during the transition -parenting
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DivorcedMoms.com 21 Jun 15
7 emotional stages kids experience when parents divorce @childrenanddivorce
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QS Amphlett Lissimore 30 Jun 15
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Eagle Mediation 27 Feb 14
The Lasting Effects Of Talking Bad About Your Ex ...
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Mandy Walker Jun 25
Sometimes, being in two households creates the freedom and the opportunity to craft your own parenting philosophy.
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Eagle Mediation 28 Feb 14
Great article - After Divorce: The Value of Proactive vs. Reactive Parenting via...
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Peter Mukabi 29 Oct 11
chapter 1 "Dealing with the courts"
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Cathy Meyer 30 Oct 13
Court ordered parenting classes, what a joke? What has been your experience? from
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Wendy Becker, LCSW 22 Jul 16
Remember, your children get one chance at a happy childhood. Make it everything they deserve.
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Divorce Magazine Apr 4
If you have tried to be reasonable with your ex, and they are still refusing to follow the parenting plan, then filing for contempt may be a solution.
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Robin Hackney 18 Apr 11
Austin's dad and I exhibited good teamwork today.
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Angela Singleton 24 Feb 17
If you need help, with parental contact arrangements, please call 828Law on 01772 782399.
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HARDENJACKSONLAW 5 Aug 15
Why we need to be better at supporting single dads
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Believe&LiveAgain 2 Dec 16
And most importantly, genuine quality time with my girls that’s worth far more than any financial aid he can give me.
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Fields and Dennis Feb 22
Electronic communication can make a big difference to kids even if parents aren't present or cooperating, research suggests
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