Positive communication may be the ultimate goal, but what defines a healthy co-parenting relationship? Here are 5 common traits of effective shared parenting.
All or nothing thinking can prevent co-parents from finding ways to move beyond conflict, but it can be combated by learning how to identify it when it happens.
To help you keep your kids and their well-being at the forefront of your parenting efforts, here are five easy ways to keep kids at the center of co-parenting.
Before you consider jumping back into the dating scene, consider taking the time to focus on yourself. In other words, try dating yourself.
Sharon Strand Ellison, creator of the PNDC process, discusses strategies for reducing defensive communication in shared parenting.
National Donut Day? Count us in! If you’re looking for ways to create new traditions with your children, consider these 5 unique ‘holidays’ to get you started.
Adopted children may have an especially hard time coping with this transition, Maxine Chalker from Adoptions From The Heart explains.
When co-parents are learning a new system of communication, OurFamilyWizard believes having timely and thorough technical support is essential.
Fostering a positive outlook on family can influence how your child perceives your family into the future and even their own family down the road.
Parenting will never be without worry, but here are 3 things parents can do to lessen any co-parenting anxieties they may experience.