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Sh*t I Learned From My Divorce Podcast Episode 9: Chatting with Glenda
EPISODE AUDIO Chatting with Glenda (podomatic.com) This week on Sh*t I Learned From My Divorce, once again, Glenda Lux of Lux Psychology popped by to talk about her new creation…Co-parenting College! Co-parenting College is an online resource for co-parents where...
How to Handle it When One Co-Parent Refuses to Solve Problems
Dealing with an unresponsive co-parent can be an incredibly difficult and frustrating experience. It takes two people to make a team work, and if the other parent is unwilling to communicate or cooperate, it can feel like an insurmountable challenge. However, the...
What is co-parenting, and 7 of the smartest ways to be successful
What is Co-Parenting? Co-parenting is where two parents share responsibilities for their children and raise them while not in a romantic relationship. When co-parenting effectively, the emotional and physical needs of the children are prioritized, despite how the...
HOW TO STAY CALM AND NAVIGATE CO-PARENTING ARGUMENTS SUCCESSFULLY
Raising children is tough. Now, add to that co-parenting dynamics and trying to raise children with someone you might not trust, respect, or otherwise be on the best terms with. Even in the most cooperative situation, co-parenting challenges arise. Co-parenting...
THE WORST TYPE OF CO-PARENTING CONFLICT
Co-parenting conflict can harm all children, regardless of their age or personality. However, one type of co-parenting conflict tops them all, and that is called triangulation. TRIANGULATION In co-parenting triangulation refers to involving a child in disputes or...
Four Brave and Truthful Things Kids Would Tell Their Parents About Co-Parenting If They Could
What is counter-parenting?
4 Tips for Better Conversations with your Co-Parent
Why You Need to Maintain Healthy Boundaries When Co-Parenting with a Difficult Ex
Establishing co-parenting boundaries is essential to protect the emotional health of yourself, and your kids.
Co-Parent Communicating Offside? Yes, You Should Shut It Down. Here is How.
If you think that you cannot end a communication with your co parent when it has turned foul, you would be wrong. You can, and you should.
What Kids See When You Take the Co-parenting High Road
In taking the high road, your children will learn important lessons.
Co-Parenting: The Good, The Bad and the Really Bad with Glenda Lux – Part 2
EPISODE AUDIO: https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/trish50753/episodes/2022-10-18T07_40_03-07_00 Glenda Lux, a Registered Psychologist is on the show today to talk about the good, the bad and the really bad aspects of co-parenting. Glenda’s extensive experience in...