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COVID-19 & the Future of Custody Battles in the US

Nowadays, both parents are so much more involved in the day-to-day of their children. The argument that one parent does not know the child’s routine is no longer true.

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How to Avoid Divorce: Expert Tips that Could Save Your Marriage

Marriage is tough. But whatever you do, here are two things you should never do and one to prioritize.

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Making a New House Feel like Home after Divorce

Divorce is never easy—add moving to a new home to the mix and it’s next level stressful. Here are tips to make the transition easier for your kids so that everyone can start over in a positive way.

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As a Single Mom, I Felt like a Failure. Then I Missed My Flight Home.

“Because of my trip, my so-called selfishness, I was the one who failed. I was sick with guilt.”

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5 Tips for Moms Dealing with Divorce

“If you’re in the throes of divorce, it may be difficult—if not impossible—to see a silver lining in such a mess. Yet, it’s important to remember that you’re doing this for your kids if nothing else. “

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Listen Up! San Diego’s Best Podcasts for Parents & Kids

Hear ye, hear ye! These local podcasts deserve a spot on your playlist.

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5 Predictions for Divorce in 2021 from a Divorce Attorney

While divorce is always painful no matter what the year, here is how the landscape of divorce may change in 2021.

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Diagnosis Day & The World After

“It had been a long 24 hours. One minute I was in the preschool pick-up line living my best life and the next I was on the phone being told that there was an opening to get Whitman evaluated for autism.”

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16 Mom-Invented Wellness Products We Can’t Live Without

These products are keeping kids happy and healthy.

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A Peek Through the Window & the Silver Linings of Remote-Learning with Older Kids

Distance learning, e-learning, remote learning. . . no matter the name you call it, it’s thrown us all into homeschooling & the adjustments are big (but some aren’t so bad).

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Co-Parenting Peacefully during a Pandemic? It’s Possible

“Children will frequently test boundaries and rules—a united front in co-parenting is crucial.”

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How to Co-parent & Co-exist with Your Ex

“It is possible to stay friends and co-parent with minimal pain points and conflict with your ex. Here’s how.”

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Co-Parenting during COVID? Here Are 4 Ways to Make It Better

“Just like co-parenting before COVID, nothing will ever be perfect, and there will be times when things don’t feel equal or fair. Flexibility, communication, and empathy will bring the best results during a challenging time like this.”

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12 Podcasts Every Mom Needs in Her Life Right Now

However you conquer the day, these podcasts for moms make it a little easier to whistle while you work.

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This FREE Book Will Help Your Kids Deal with Fears & Anxiety Around Coronavirus

This free book will help your kids deal with their fears and concerns in a healthy way.

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Study Shows How You Treat Your Partner Will Affect Your Child’s Future

Parental relationships shape a child’s future marriage.

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Valentine’s Day & Divorce

What happens when you are considering divorce (whether in your head or out loud) and February rolls around? For better and for worse, Jacqueline Newman has got the heart-filled holiday covered.

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12 Ways Parenting Has Changed in the Last Decade

The last ten years have seen dramatic changes in how we parent.

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Holidays, Parenting & Divorce: 3 Must-Read Tips for Mom

“Being a separated or divorced mom can create a whole new set of challenges you never could’ve anticipated. Deep breath.This does get easier, I promise.”

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’Tis the Season to Be Flexible

The holiday season can be difficult for divorced parents to co-parent but that doesn’t mean they have to be. Here’s a little advice from someone who knows about it all too well.

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Kim Kardashian Shares the 2019 West Family Christmas Card

What’s your favorite Kardashian Christmas card?

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5 Ways to Practice Compassion through the Holidays

“No matter how you give and give back this holiday season and beyond, stay mindful about those in need. May we all be lucky enough to not need, but when we do, may we all have the support of our loved ones and community to help us through.”

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Co-Parenting Tips That Really Work

Headed for divorce or are you co-parenting? Read these tips to create a positive co-parenting environment for your family.

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Questions to Ask Yourself before Filing for Divorce

If your marriage is falling apart, ask yourself these tough questions before ending your marriage.

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3 Things Divorced Parents Need to Know

Divorce is always tough but can be especially hard for children. Here are three things every parent, going through a divorce, should know.

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Reclaiming the Joy of Childhood as an Adult

Here’s how I managed to do it.

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I Have a Blended Family & This Is How I Encourage All My Kids’ Dreams

This is a story about my daughter’s first solo flight and what we all learned from the experience.

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10 Jennifer Garner Quotes That Make Us Want to Join Her Mom Squad

A few of our favorite quotes from one awesome mom.

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Anna Faris’ Co-Parenting Goals with Ex Chris Pratt Are Totally Inspiring

Co-parenting for these exes is all about love and respect.

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How We Grieve Teaches Our Kids about Grief. Here’s What Parents Should Know

How can we as a community and as parents do our best in these situations—and teach our children to do the same?

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You’ve Got This: How to Find Support Before, During & After Divorce

Welcome to the DWC—a.k.a., the Divorced Women’s Club.

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Thinking about Divorce? Here’s 10 Things Every Wife Should Know

Like childbirth, I feel that no one tells you the real truth about the divorce process.

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This Is the Key to Preventing Pre- & Post-Natal Depression, Task Force Finds

Big changes are coming in how new moms will be treated.

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