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How to Support Your Transgender Child During Divorce

Deciding to separate is challenging at the best of times. There are so many difficult conversations to tackle with your soon-to-be ex-spouse which can be sensitive and emotionally draining. These circumstances can be […]

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Child Custody: Does my Job Matter?

As a parent, you are responsible for caring for your child’s needs.  This is a significant obligation, and it can lead to a work-life balance that might not be ideal. You might be […]

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Pride and Co-Parenting

It is officially Pride Month, a time which signifies that after years of having to hide and being made to feel bad for one’s sexual orientation and gender, people can finally be who […]

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Illness and It’s Impact on Co-Parenting

Even in the best of co-parenting relationships, illness can be the wrench that sets things off orbit. That illness can be of the child or parent. It can be minor or more severe. […]

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Childhood Cancer: What Can You Do?

Childhood cancer. Like any life altering or threatening diagnosis, it cuts the parents like a knife. Now imagine those parents separated.

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