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Successful Co-parenting: Tips for Divorced Parents

Need advice on making things work with your ex? Commit to do right by your kids with these helpful co-parenting tips from southeast Michigan couples and experts.

Parental Alienation: When Parents Are Kept From Their Kids

After divorce, some smack talk is sort of expected. But what if your ex drove a wedge between you and your children and they stopped talking to you?

Parents’ Arguments Are More Harmful on Kids Than Divorce, Study Says

The new research found that kids are 30 percent more likely to have behavior problems because of parental arguing at home.

A Case for Shared Parenting After Divorce

Kids of divorced parents had better relationships with mom and dad when they had equal – or close to equal – time with each parent, a new study finds.

Creating a Blended Family in Remarriage

Merging broods is rarely as tidy as a '60s sitcom. Discover how to make a blended family work.

How to Develop a Co-Parenting Plan

Making sure you're on the same page as your ex is key. Here are eight areas to address in a co-parenting plan.

10 Commandments of Co-Parenting

Finding a way to peacefully co-exist and collaborate with your ex after a divorce or split is worth it for everyone in the family.

7 Tips for Finding Help for Single Parents

Solo moms and dads can't do it all alone, but asking for help can be hard. Here are seven steps to ask for and find help for single parents.

Dating After Divorce: Advice for Newly-Single Parents

Looking for dating advice after divorce? Here are eight expert answers on how to get back in the dating scene.

How to Answer Kids’ Divorce Questions

When parents separate, kids often are looking for affirmation more than information. Learn how to navigate divorce with kids with this advice.

How to Tell Your Child You’re Getting Divorced

Getting a divorce is a tough decision to make, but it can also be incredibly difficult to tell the kids. Here are tips for helping kids through divorce.

Single Fatherhood is Rising, Support is Slower to Follow

The numbers have significantly increased since the 1960s, a Pew Research Center study says. What does this mean for modern dads in southeast Michigan?
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