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October 11, 2011

Nipping Conflict in the Bud – When your kids outgrow your parenting plan

Co-parenting plans need to grow along with the children for whom they’re intended. If your kids have outgrown their plan and communication with your ex is in tatters, then pay attention. If you’re losing your moorings and having trouble being your best self with your kids, that’s a sign you need a tune-up.

Before things go from bad to worse and you get bogged down in self-analysis paralysis (aka woulda-coulda-shouldas), it may be time for a session with a neutral third-party — a mediator or some other objective village/tribal elder with credibility who can maintain objectivity and confidentiality.

via Tara Fass: Nipping Conflict in the Bud.

posted to Divorce,Mediation,Parenting,Paternity @ 5:17 pm

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