Learn how a co-parenting coach differs from a mediator, parenting coordinator, divorce coach or other professional serving divorced parents.
Mindful Co-parenting Guide is a useful quick reference for divorcing and divorced parents. Read author Teresa Harlow’s review here.
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In this short video, I share my tips on how to approach a co-parent when you run into co-parenting conflicts. Maybe it’s over the parenting schedule, a discipline issue, or some aspect of financial support. Before you ever initiate a conversation with them, first, it is helpful to make sure you are ready to focus on what is important.
Are you co-parenting school-aged kids? Learn the many things you and your co-parent can do to encourage your child’s continued academic success post-divorce.
For two years, I’ve said that you can transform any communication from combative to collaborative by applying the Golden Rule, whether it’s when you’re dealing with a co-parent, co-worker, or anyone you find difficult. Yet when I explain the concept, people look at me like I must be from outerspace. I mean look around. We’re not exactly all about talking to each other nicely these days. But do you really want to have a fight with everyone you encounter? Do you want every conversation to be a debate? Can’t we all just get along?
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