How To Co-Parent After A Divorce

 

Co-parenting after a divorce is rarely easy. Use these co-parenting tips to give your children stability, security, and good relationships with both you and their other parent.

Co-parenting well means separating the personal relationship you have with your ex from your co-parenting relationship. It can help to think of your relationships as a brand new one, that is all about the well-being of your children, and not about either of you. 

5 Financial Management Tools For An Amicable Divorce

 

Divorce has a lot of stigma behind it for being bitter, full of disagreements, and full of anger, however, it doesn’t need to be horrendous. In fact, not every divorce happens this way, sometimes people drift apart and come to a mutual agreement that they need to part ways. One way you can assist an amicable divorce is in a financial way. 

Found Yourself Homeschooling Unexpectedly? Here Are Some Tips To Help You

 

Since the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic, parents all over the world have unwittingly found themselves having to play the role of parent AND teacher, while still trying to juggle a job, writing their own book or running a business.