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7 Co-Parenting Tips for Children

7 Co-Parenting Tips for Children

#1. Put your children first

#2. Accept different parenting styles

#3. Be calm and focus on connection

#4. Keep to regular routines within families

#5. Develop a Co-Parenting Plan

#6. Be open and flexible

#7. When your co-parent won’t be flexible

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Co-parenting after separation is a complicated process that requires organization, communication, and flexibility. It's important to work together to navigate co-parenting challenges and find solutions that work for each family's specific situation.

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