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Tips for getting along with your Co-Parent
Tips for getting along with your Co-Parent

What follows are some practical tips for getting along with your Co-Parent: Always refer to the other parent as your Co-Parent. Never refer to this person as “my ex”, “former partner”, “enemy” or anything else. It is always Our child. It is never My child. You cannot be an ...

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