Non-married

Co-Parenting

What is Co-Parenting? Co-parenting (sometimes called “shared parenting”) is when both parents work together as a team to raise their children, even after the marriage or romantic relationship ends. Communication between parents who lead separate lives can be difficult, especially when there are hurt feelings or other emotional barriers. Parents must learn to put these … Read more >

Help Your Children Succeed—Maintain the Co-Parenting Relationship

Parenting in one home is a challenge, and parenting in two homes can be especially hard. When a break up is fresh, it can be difficult for parents to set aside their emotions and focus on their children’s needs. The newness of exchanging the children will eventually become a routine, normal process. The children are … Read more >