Co-parenting can be challenging, whether you are married, separated, divorced, or were never partnered with your child’s other parent. The job of co-parents is to work together to help their child thrive, and though it’s important for co-parents to have a good parenting relationship for the benefit of their child, we recognize that this is much easier said than done! Making shared decisions and coordinating efforts, such as after-school pick-ups and activities, can be a challenge, especially when facing unresolved conflicts or hurt feelings from your relationship with your child’s other parent. However, for the well-being of your child, it’s important for you and the other parent to try your best to stand as a united front!
Stay tuned throughout the rest of this week as we share tips to help you and your co-parent work together and show up as a united front for your kids!