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Co-Parenting advice that can keep cooperation between exes

No one says you have to like your ex. Let’s face it, if you still had a great relationship, you would probably still be married. But once you split, how you choose to handle your co-parenting responsibilities can have a long term affect on both your well-being, and your children’s.

Learning how to put differences aside and picking your battles can mean the difference between cooperative—or contentious--co-parenting. 

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