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 Working Toward a Healthy Relationship as Co-Parents
When a relationship ends between people who share children, they remain forever linked by those kids. It isn’t like other relationships where the contact can completely stop. Regardless of how amicably the relationship ended, the underlying reasons that separated you are not erased by the fact you are no longer together. This makes healthy co-parenting a challenge that parents must approach with real effort and thoughtfulness.

By healthy co-parents, we refer to the parents who work as a team for the betterment of their children despite their conflicts. While there is no disputing that your children deserve your best, “putting your children first” can be a whole lot easier said than done.
When is Parent Coordinator Needed?
When is a Parent Coordinator Needed? Family law attorney, Elizabeth Stephenson chats with Dr. Katrina Kuzyszyn-Jones of KKJ Forensic & Psychological Services about high conflict custody cases, co-parenting struggles and parent coordinators.
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On Thursday, February 20th, from 6-9 PM, 15% of all sales will go directly to support Project ClassAct, our new program that helps fund teachers' classroom needs.

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