Communication can be a challenge for divorced parents. These 5 tips can help improve communications for co-parents and their children.
For women in abusive relationships, the Kids First for Women program has been a life-changing program. Read how from an expert.
Co-parenting during the holiday season can present a few challenges. Create new traditions and manage expectations for kids and adults alike with these insights.
In coparenting, taking time to pause to listen, reflect and observe can helps put situations in perspective and give parents a chance to recalibrate events.
Stepparents can make a big impact on a child's life. Read about one woman's experience with stepparents and how they shaped her life.
Parents need to take care of themselves so they can take care of their children. One of the ways is to evaluate the relationships in their lives.
"Treat" your children to a happy and memorable Halloween this year with these helpful co-parenting tips and "tricks". Have a Happy Halloween!
Co-parenting can be challenging. Shared meals and kind words can improve communication between parents and children.
Our First Step program has been reviewed and fine-tuned for today's parents who use technology to communicate. Our class is now virtual.
“I learned how important our behavior (verbal and non-verbal) is, and how it impacts our children. How I can rise above all issues, and just focus on my babies.”
“What I learned was that the best thing I can do for my kids is to say something good about their other parent!”
“I appreciated the focus on how many different relationships my/our kids are dealing with.”
“I learned I am in control of my behavior; I can’t control my co-parent!”
“I received validation; it helped to know that I’m not alone. I appreciated the section on preparing for court – that is coming up soon and I am scared.”