10 Commandments of Co-Parenting

Oct 31, 2011 Full story: Metro Parent

Finding a way to peacefully co-exist and collaborate with your ex after a divorce or split is worth it for you, your former spouse - and especially for your kids.

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SilverSwanBabies

Lakeland, FL

#1 Nov 1, 2011
Do not use a child as a wedge after divorce. Do not allow the child to see any disagreements that you may have. Do not allow the child to play you with the guilt trip. Listen it is not easy for them. Remember that you are still responsible to making the best well rounded adult that they can become.

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