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I Said “I’m Sorry!”
Saying sorry to children and exes isn’t always easy. Here are some (non)apologies to be wary of so you can become sincere with your apologies and teach your kids to do the same.
There are No Sides, There’s Just My Family
Speaking negatively about your ex might seem natural or even warranted. But the impact that this kind of negative outlook can have on kids can be dramatic. Read more about what kids need you not to say about your ex.
Co-Parenting and Nesting: Put Yourself in Your Kid’s Shoes
Have you heard of bird nesting? It’s a unique style of housing arrangement some separating parents try. It can be a supportive strategy to help children as they adjust to changing homes and life structures. Read on to find out more!
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