Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Co-parenting isn’t always the best choice or even possible after divorce.

Nearly everywhere you look online, you’ll find article after article extolling the virtues of co-parenting after divorce.

In fact, some even hint if not outright state that the only way to make sure your kids adjust well to the divorce is if you co-parent.

And many divorce professionals tell their clients that co-parenting is the best way to parent after divorce.

If you have kids, life after divorce almost always includes trying to get along with your ex and maintaining the image of a happy family.

https://www.yourtango.com/experts/drkarenfinn/why-co-parenting-can-be-bad-and-cause-negative-effects-of-divorce-on-children

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