Parenting After Divorce: Your Options

Navigating divorce with your children. When you and our spouse decide to divorce, it can be difficult to figure out how to co-parent your children. With two separate households come two separate sets of rules, which can confuse kids — especially if they’re already having a tough time dealing with the divorce itself.

Things can be further complicated if you and your former spouse have different parenting styles. Fortunately, you have options when it comes to co-parenting your children. Let’s take a look at two of the routes you might choose to take, and how you can keep your parenting styles as uncomplicated as possible.

The two parenting styles for co-parenting:

  1. Parallel Parenting
  2. Cooperative Parenting

Please see the slide above to learn more about the do’s and don’ts and making it work.

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