In part two of our 2-part series, we share 5 tips on how to modify, adjust, and re-think co-parenting time during stay at home orders.
The stay at home orders present a variety of challenges and uncertainties, one of them being how to co-parent in unusual circumstances. This two-part post is meant to support you and your family during this time.
Is a “Child-Centered Divorce” an Oxymoron or a Realistic Goal? By Annabel Murray and Stacy Fukuhara-Barclay Published in the the October, 2009 issue of Hawaii Parent Magazine We have all heard about divorcing or separating couples locked in constant litigation over the custody of their children. Money is no object in their quest for victory, vindication,…Read more »
Step parenting is not for the faint of heart. Its pleasures are nuanced and hard to recognize. Its pains are not so subtle. Step parenting is about supporting your spouse in being the best parent they can be to his or her children. Step-parenting is about biting your tongue, smiling through tears and being the…Read more »