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Spoiling Children

Spoiling Children

Photo by Karen Vardazaryan on UnsplashI’ve always recoiled at the phrase “spoiling children.” If you think about it, to spoil a food, it must sit out unattended for so long that it is no longer edible. So what, then, does it truly mean to spoil a child? Everybody’s...

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The Key to Successful Co-Parenting

The Key to Successful Co-Parenting

Parenting in its ideal form should be about creating a joyful childhood for your offspring, plain and simple. That way, they have a solid foundation from which to spring into adulthood and become high-functioning, happy contributors to our world. Whether you remain...

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Back-To-School: Taking Stock

Back-To-School: Taking Stock

As kids return to school this fall, it may be a good time to evaluate how your parenting time schedule and structure is working. How’s the co-parenting relationship weathering this seasonal and scheduling change? While a Judgment of Divorce or Parenting Time Order...

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Parenting Time for Adult Children

Parenting Time for Adult Children

You never stop being a parent. Even when your children graduate high school, go to college, and become adults in their own right, you still want to see them, hug them, spend time together. What if they don’t want to spend time with you? Or, what if the time they want...

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Celebrating The Big Days

Celebrating The Big Days

With Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, wedding season, graduations and more on the horizon, it’s a good time to talk about what it means for divorced parents to work together.Think about if you are a teenager about to graduate high school, facing an uncertain future with...

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