Often times I see parents struggling to co-parent simply because they have to many people in their business. Most decisions should be between the two primary care takers. You don’t have to follow your family morals and values. Not all old ways that we were raised on work for these new generational kids.
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1. Superiority and entitled
2. Exaggerated need for attention and validation
4. Controlling/ Demanding
5. Lack responsibility - blame and deflect
6. Lack boundaries
7. Lack empathy
8. Inability to be vulnerable
9. Inability to be a team player
11. Self- centered
Parallel parenting is an arrangement in which divorced parents are able to co-parent by means of disengaging from each other, and having limited direct contact, in situation where they have demonstrated that they are unable to communicate with each other in a respectful manner.
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Co-parenting is very important to me. I am your Co-Parenting expert. I'm sharing this information from my ebooks How to co-parent like a Boss which is available on the site.
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Recently I asked my son father what would he do if my son came out to him as being gay. His answer really shocked me. Tune into my video to hear his response. This topic really hit home for me because I know people that came out and was disowned by family and in turn it really affected their life. Suicide rates are very high when it comes to this topic. No one person shouldn't feel isolated due to the fact they want to love who they want. Please email me if you need my support.
This topic was sparked from a question of the day that I posted on my social media asking What you do differently if you didn't have kids? The comments that I got really bothered me. Far to often we as parents lose ourselves in the role of parenting. I push other parents to remember what they did before having kids. I found my hobby again and feel back in love with reading when I realized that I was losing myself. We have to pour into ourselves sometimes and have self care. We are no good for our kids if we aren't good. Check out the live video below:
My name is Coach Mo and I coach parents to co-parent with success to coexist in child's life positively.