You may have seen my announcement on social media that I am starting to craft a new book titled Combative to Collaborative: The Co-parenting Code. Here’s a preview of Chapter 1 – We Have to tell the Kids
Today, co-parents have a number of options to explore when it comes to where they and their children will live post-breakup. In this article, we take a look at the five options to help you decide which co-parent living arrangement is right for you.
Visit the Collaborative Co-parenting Community at HappilyDivorcedBook.com/contact to ask questions and share your struggles and triumphs.
School systems are not set up to handle divorced parents. It is up to co-parents to share information. It is particularly incumbent upon the residential parent to make this happen. Communication and sharing information about your child with the other parent is not only kind but helps your child’s other parent to be the kind of parent you want them to be.
Have I lost my mind? I’m happy to share with all of you that as of today, I am a full-time author, speaker, and all-around co-parenting advocate. My last day with JP Morgan Chase was August 30th. I’m so grateful for my Chase experience. It taught me that I am capable...
Throughout Ian’s senior year of high school, Bob and I attended marching band concerts, rock-band performances, and senior banquets with our new partners, with grandparents, and all of us always sitting together. So when it came to celebrating graduation, why wouldn’t we plan one big party?
In his foreword, Bob talks about how me writing this book actually challenged the very foundation of our relationship as co-parents and friends.
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