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Secrets to Successful Parenting After a Divorce or Break-Up

Co-parenting can be difficult when you have an uncooperative, combative, or a narcissistic ex-partner. After a stressful break-up or divorce, parallel parenting is a useful tool for parents to enable communication about the child or children.

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Nest For Families provides a network for parents to connect with other parents with similar situations.

Parenting After Divorce

More often than not, co-parenting doesn’t work for divorced parents due to unresolved conflicts and/or lack of communication.

Parallel Parenting

Co-parenting can be difficult when you have an uncooperative, combative, or a narcissistic ex-partner.

Is Your Parenting Style Different from Your Partner’s?

Having different parenting styles can confuse children, as they wonder whose side to take and what the rules are. Here are 8 tips to help parents with differing parenting styles.

Why Do I Get Angry?

Are you unsure why you’re angry? Often times when we feel angry, there are many emotions under the surface like an anger iceberg.

The Five Love Languages

Learn How to Improve Your Relationships. Take the quiz and have a better understanding of your primary love language and how you can use it to build meaningful relationships.

Raising Healthy Kids with Very Well Family

Tips and information to help raise happy and healthy children at different stages of their development. Child development milestones

The Five Strengths for Healthy, Happy Families

Strengthen Your Family in Five Ways. All families benefit when they have these five strengths. Learn more about them and explore ways to build the strengths for your family.

How You Can Help Someone Who is Being Abused or Neglected

What should I do if someone
is being abused or neglected? This tip sheet will provide you with more information about what child abuse and neglect is and what to do if you or a friend isn’t safe.

Can You Tell Me How to Get to Sesame Street?

Ever want to talk to your children about feelings and emotions but you wanted to get some help?

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