6 Fool Proof Strategies to Help You Keep Your Cool While Co-parenting

6 Fool Proof Strategies to Help You Keep Your Cool While Co-parenting

6 Fool Proof Strategies to Help You Keep Your Cool While Co-parenting

There are times when you have to appear in public with the other parent. For married couples, its not so big a deal. For moms and dads who are going through a rough period - or who stay in a rough period - appearing together in primetime may be too much to handle. I've got 6 fool-proof strategies to get you through those public moments like a pro...let's go!

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Co-Parenting: How to Survive the School Year When Your Child Lives in 2 Houses

Co-Parenting: How to Survive the School Year When Your Child Lives in 2 Houses

When children live in 2 houses...

You cannot ignore that there are idiosyncrasies that must be addressed when a child lives in 2 homes throughout the school year. With planning, and attention to detail, 2-home children can benefit from the love and attention of both parents….

So how does this work?

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CO-PARENTS, I PRAY FOR YOU THIS WEEK

Sunday is a special day for me. Worship. Breakfast or a brunch. A nap. More time to read. Netflix. Hulu.

When my children were younger, Sundays were different. Worship. A bigger breakfast. Not so much the nap, but a chance to talk a little more, to play a game or watch a movie...well, I was usually reading a book while they were watching the movie.

On the "every-other" weekend, when they were with their dad, it was fitting a brunch or dinner in before transitioning to Mom again. Getting ready to deal with their transition to home again. Looking at bills, getting ready for work, and prepping for the week ahead.

And praying. Encouraging myself. Pressing forward. So I'm thinking that other single parents will benefit from some encouragement, something to work with in the coming week...

4 REASONS TO MEDIATE – NOT LITIGATE – YOUR CHILD SUPPORT AGREEMENT IN 2017

4 REASONS TO MEDIATE – NOT LITIGATE – YOUR CHILD SUPPORT AGREEMENT IN 2017

So how do you create a support agreement that works best for the child, doesn’t punish either parent, and avoid getting caught up in court-ordered child support system? Why do you want to? Where do you start? 4 Reasons to Mediate - Not Litigate -in 2017 give you information you can use to begin the child support process, or if you need are refiling or adjusting - read this first!

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GUARDING THE MATTERS OF THE HEART

GUARDING THE MATTERS OF THE HEART

Rhonda Monroe gave a powerful testimony on overcoming heart disease. She also shared the physical manifestation of an emotionally-damaged heart. Don't forget that co-parenting is a matter of the heart. Obviously you must love your children. You must get past personal and focus on the #love that children need from and between both their parents. In all of that, remember to love yourself!!

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