After helping couples navigate the hard conversations in therapy, I’m revealing the secrets to coparenting with a difficult ex. By the end of this post you will have the skills to crack the difficult conversations to prioritize the wellbeing of your child.
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Dating as a single mom is difficult and often stigmatized. Previous relationships haven’t worked out and the fact that you’re in charge of little humans
This is an important consideration. Your child’s relationship with your partner is entirely separate from your own relationship and the two should not be conflated.
Mom guilt is suffocating. Almost as suffocating as societal standards of a “good mom.” The sacrifices are meaningful and endless. Parents often miss out on
Coparenting means raising children together. Whether you are together or separated you are coparenting. The task of parenting takes on an entirely different shape when
Who is this for? This information is going to be tailored to the relational needs of individuals who are in the modern family. I want
The Holidays set High Expectations Somewhere around pumpkin seasons we get a steady stream (assault?) of the “happiest time of the year.” Families dance and