Divorce and Co-Parenting



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DIVORCE AND CO-PARENTING

With over 50% of marriages ending in divorce, successful co-parenting is more important than ever. Conflict between former partners is often inevitable and it may seem unthinkable to begin to build a new parenting relationship with an ex-spouse. However when mothers and fathers can agree on parenting issues and support each other’s efforts to create a loving, safe environment, children can continue to grow and thrive after divorce. Managing conflict and learning some basic negotiating skills is critical for this to occur.

 

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