• Alan Jacobs

10 Key Questions for Caring Co-Parents


Divorced parents face challenges that are not only complex; they are long lasting as well. There are many variations of joint parenting, co-parenting and other forms of divorced parenting based on how well both parents get along, their geographical proximity, the age of the children and other contributing factors. Every decision made will affect the children involved -- and the impact can be detected in children’s behavior, attitudes and levels of self-esteem. In this excellent blog posting, Rosalind Sedacca offers a list of significant questions to ask yourselves. If you sit together and discuss these questions, or review them during mediation, it can help you avoid serious mistakes and unnecessary strife now and well into the future.

The more honest you are with yourself and your former spouse, the easier for your children to move on after divorce into their new reality.

#Divorce #Parenting #BenefitsofMediation #ChildrenandDivorce #ChildCustody

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