Co-parenting Tips For Divorced Parents




1:20] We co-parent with lots of people and not just if we’re single parents or married. We have to meet halfway and negotiate with the other party and focus on what we ultimately want for our kids.

3:06] Our main focus is to make these children grow up to be good and responsible citizens. So you need to coordinate and change your focus from fighting to parenting mindset.

6:43] Think about the future and that you are responsible for these kids for life. Don’t let the child choose which parent he will invite to the event; instead of competing with the other party, why not just support each other for the sake of your child?

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Dr. Paul Jenkins

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