3 Things You May Not Know About Parallel Parenting

3 Things You May Not Know About Parallel Parenting If you’ve ever struggled with your co-parenting communication after divorce, you know that there isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution. Differing histories, parenting strategies, children’s personalities and needs, all mean that no solution will be universal to every family that’s experienced a divorce or separation. Some parents will find that altering the way that they communicate after their divorce is unnecessary for it to work for their new family structure. For others, their communication needs, and thus their strategies, will change extensively. If your situation is more similar to the latter, you may already know that in order to make shared parenting work, you and your co-parent may have to make some big and serious adjustments to how you communicate. Many parents who can no longer rely on traditional methods of communication due to conflict in their co-parenting find success with a parenting…

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