Co-Parenting Isn’t A Competition

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If living with your ex-spouse proved to be a difficult situation, there’s no indication that raising a child with them would be any easier. But, for the sake of our children, we need to curb our natural tendencies to tear each other up. Instead, we should just buckle down and harmoniously raise our kids to the best of our abilities.

Sally Donovan shares with us the difficulties of co-parenting with an ex-spouse. She divulges how easy it is for co-parenting be a battleground for proving who’s the more liked parent. When the head of competition in competition rears its ugly head, she claims, it’s easy to derail you and your ex-spouse from the main purpose of raising your child well.

“The goal is to still try and raise your children with the same objectives and ideals you had when there was a ring on your finger, and/or the umbilical cord got cut,” she says.

Read the source article at Divorced Moms