by Jennifer B. Shupert
When parents of minor children divorce or separate, they don’t get to just walk away. They still must communicate with each other regarding their children. Unfortunately, this communication often has an added layer of difficulty because their conversations, texts and emails are weighed down by the years of animosity or distrust that have accumulated between them. In many cases their communication is also likely being scrutinized by lawyers or judges as “proof” of how the parents are getting along. The concepts contained in Cooperative Communication are simple, practical, and easy to apply. These guidelines will help parents communicate more effectively and feel confident that their communication style is appropriate.
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