When you work or have other commitments that keep you away from home during your scheduled parenting time, you have to offer that time to the other parent, [...]
Few things push the anger button faster than feeling like your time with your child is being taken away. Co-parents argue about parenting time and can often feel [...]
Step-parents cannot all be Mike and Carol. Sometimes step-parents overstep their role, or are given a greater role by the parent to whom they are married, with unfortunate results.
Frequently in an intact family, one spouse has a more flexible job (or works from home) and is the “go-to” parent if the dreaded call comes that Maddie has a fever and has to be picked up from school. That parent then usually takes Maddie to the doctor and stays with her until she is able to return to school. But what happens when co-parents are no longer together?