Co-Parenting in Divorce/Imagine This

It is a Tuesday evening in my home on the upper west side of Manhattan. My five year old is finishing in the bath. My thirteen year old is in her room doing homework and I am making turkey burgers for dinner.

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People often accuse me of avoiding and enabling, of not being strong or firm enough, of not setting boundaries. It is interesting that we find the qualities of forgiveness, acceptance and flexibility

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Co-Parenting in Divorce/Imagine This

It sounds like the typical family sharing a meal and a life and in some ways it is. Except that I am divorced and this is my ex husband sitting at the dining table with us and he will head home to his

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