Tips for parenting after the divorce

For some Pennsylvania exes, co-parenting after divorce can be difficult. However, it is important for children to build a relationship with both parents as long as there are no extenuating circumstances such as abuse.

Setting aside anger following a contentious divorce in order to co-parent successfully is understandably challenging. Parents may want to look into therapy to deal with these negative emotions. A parenting schedule with neutral pickup points, such as school, can minimize the contact parents need to have with one another. If necessary, a social worker or psychologist may also help parents resolve differences. Over time, parents may begin to let go of their anger be able to co-parent more effectively.

Focusing on the children may also help parents set aside negative emotions. They should attempt to be flexible with one another as needed regarding the schedule. In addition, parents should avoid denigrating one another in front of the kids. Children may even pick up on actions that parents may think are subtle such as eye rolling or not talking about the other parent. In some cases, kids may feel forced to take sides. Instead, parents should focus on encouraging the child’s relationship with the other parent.

During the divorce itself, there may be temporary custody and visitation orders in place. That arrangement may remain the same after the divorce. Negotiating custody and visitation can be difficult because it forces parents to confront the fact that they will not be spending as much time with their children. However, there are a number of different models parents can follow when creating a parenting schedule. Legal counsel could help parents reach a mutually beneficial agreement.


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