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Managing conflict after separation

The main causes of conflict

There are several areas that most commonly cause conflict between separated and separating parents:

Money – You’ve probably both got less of it now you’ve separated, which can be really stressful.

Time with your child – Some parents can be tempted to use this as a bargaining tool.

Decision making – It can be frustrating for the other parent if you make decisions about your child without involving them.

Parenting styles and values – If you have differing views of how to raise your child it can cause tension and arguments.

New relationships – You or your child’s other parent might have found a new partner, which may take a while for everyone to get used to.

https://www.cmoptions.org/en/separating/managing-conflict.asp

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