How to Co-Parent Cohesively

How to Co-Parent Cohesively

Cohesive Parenting while divorced can be challenging. However, you can be unified in your parenting after you are divorced.

What is co-parenting?

Co-Parenting is when two people can put their difference aside and come to an agreement of creating parenting strategies for both households that will be impactful for the child or children involved.

There are certain pitfalls that you want to avoid to successfully co-parent, such as avoiding parental alienation. A bad spouse does not equal an inadequate parent.

Work together to make your own rules. There are no specific rules to follow. Each situation is unique and comes with its own challenges, but the overall idea is to be realistic and positive.

Co-Parenting benefits the child. Having both parents involved is advantageous to both you and your child.

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Bea Moise, M.S.
Beatrice Moise, M.S., BCCS., is a Mom to Awesome Jacob and Marvelous Abigail. Board Certified Cognitive Specialist, Parenting Coach at Creator of A Child Like Mine, LLC created to help parents of children with behavior issues and unique needs on the Autism Spectrum. She is a writer and has a monthly blog in Charlotte Parent Magazine called Thrive. Follow her on twitter @Bea_EsioM & @AChildLikeMine


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