The Resource Co-parenting 101 : helping your kids thrive in two households after divorce, Deesha Philyaw, Michael D. Thomas, (electronic resource)

Co-parenting 101 : helping your kids thrive in two households after divorce, Deesha Philyaw, Michael D. Thomas, (electronic resource)

Label
Co-parenting 101 : helping your kids thrive in two households after divorce
Title
Co-parenting 101
Title remainder
helping your kids thrive in two households after divorce
Statement of responsibility
Deesha Philyaw, Michael D. Thomas
Title variation
  • Co-parenting one hundred one
  • Co-parenting one hundred and one
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Co-Parenting 101offers a comprehensive, personal, and upfront look at how to effectively raise kids with an ex-spouse. The authors are the creators of the popular website, coparenting101.org, and are co-parents themselves. In the book they share their own experiences, as well as provide professional advice from co-parenting experts. Through practical tips combined with expert parental strategies, this book will encourage and equip divorced parents to put animosity aside and put their kids first
Cataloging source
EBLCP
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Philyaw, Deesha
Dewey number
306.89
Index
no index present
LC call number
HQ777.5
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Philyaw, Deesha
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Children of divorced parents
  • Divorced parents
  • Joint custody of children
  • Parenting, Part-time
  • Children of divorced parents
  • Parenting, Part-time
  • Divorced parents
  • Joint custody of children
Label
Co-parenting 101 : helping your kids thrive in two households after divorce, Deesha Philyaw, Michael D. Thomas, (electronic resource)
Link
http://calgary.lib.overdrive.com/ContentDetails.htm?ID=A286DB10-122C-4F3A-BBDE-A3CF3245D389
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Description based upon print version of record
  • "Baby Mamas" and "Baby Daddies."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Acknowledgments; Introduction: "You Should Write a Book"; Okay, So ... What Is Co-parenting, Exactly?; Perfection Is Not the Goal; Putting the Kids First; Honoring Your Child's Relationship with Your Ex; Before You Call a Lawyer: Laying the Groundwork for Co-parenting Success; Establishing Your Ground Rules; Commitments for Building a Strong Post-breakup Parenting Partnership; Planning for Future Peace; Good Grief: Strategies to Start the Healing Process; Journaling through the Grief Process; Steps toward Healing; If All Else Fails, Remember: "It's Not about You."
  • Attorneys and Mediators and Collaborative Divorce-Oh, My!Mediation; Collaborative Divorce; Sharing an Attorney; Choosing Separate Attorneys; If You've Already Finalized Your Divorce; What's Your Co-parenting Style?; Super Friends; Business Partners; Oil and Water; Fifteen Things You May Want to Do (But Must Not Do) as a Co-parent; 1. Attempt to Sabotage Your Child's Relationship with the Other Parent; 2. Bad-Mouth Your Ex or Your Ex's New Significant Other; 3. Use Your Child as a Messenger; 4. Tell Your Child the Grown-Up Details about Why You Broke Up
  • 5. Try to Convince Your Child That the Divorce Was a Good Idea6. Treat Your Child like a Confidante, Counselor, or Fellow "Victim"; 7. Major in the Minors; 8. Use Your Child as a Weapon to Wound Your Ex; 9. Punish Grandma and Grandpa; 10. Get Rid of Family Photos and Other Keepsakes; 11. Rush into Another Relationship or Expose Your Child to the Revolving Door of Your Dating Life; 12. Pressure Your Child to Approve of Your New Relationship; 13. Buy Things for Your Child out of Guilt or to Compete with Your Ex; 14. Bash Marriage, Relationships, or Your Ex's Gender; 15. Wallow
  • Fifteen Things You Must Do (But May Not Want to Do) as a Co-parent1. Know Which Pitches to Swing At and Which to Let Pass; 2. Be the "Bigger" Co-Parent; 3. Take Responsibility; 4. Be Flexible; 5. Lose the Sense of Entitlement; 6. Enjoy Your Child-Free Time; 7. Respect Your Child's Relationship with the Other Parent; 8. Encourage Your Child to Respect the Other Parent; 9. Keep the Lines of Communication Open; 10. See Your Ex through Your Child's Eyes; 11. Mind Your Business; 12. Move On; 13. Turn Over a New Leaf; 14. Offer (or Ask for) Forgiveness; 15. Look to the Future
  • Calendars, Clothes, and CampsHow Will You Share Parenting Time?; Clothing and Other Items; Money Matters; Education and Extracurricular Activities; Health and Medical Issues; Travel; Special Considerations for Teens; Other Considerations; Calendars and Other Organizational Tools; Write Your Own Parenting Plan; Guiding Questions; Communicating beyond the Plan; What If My Ex Doesn't Follow the Plan?; Separate but Equal; His House, His Rules; Believe Half of What You Hear; It's Not a Competition if You're on the Same Team; "What about Us?": Never-Married and Noncustodial Parents
Control code
ocn836402527
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781608824649
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)836402527
Label
Co-parenting 101 : helping your kids thrive in two households after divorce, Deesha Philyaw, Michael D. Thomas, (electronic resource)
Link
http://calgary.lib.overdrive.com/ContentDetails.htm?ID=A286DB10-122C-4F3A-BBDE-A3CF3245D389
Publication
Note
  • Description based upon print version of record
  • "Baby Mamas" and "Baby Daddies."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Acknowledgments; Introduction: "You Should Write a Book"; Okay, So ... What Is Co-parenting, Exactly?; Perfection Is Not the Goal; Putting the Kids First; Honoring Your Child's Relationship with Your Ex; Before You Call a Lawyer: Laying the Groundwork for Co-parenting Success; Establishing Your Ground Rules; Commitments for Building a Strong Post-breakup Parenting Partnership; Planning for Future Peace; Good Grief: Strategies to Start the Healing Process; Journaling through the Grief Process; Steps toward Healing; If All Else Fails, Remember: "It's Not about You."
  • Attorneys and Mediators and Collaborative Divorce-Oh, My!Mediation; Collaborative Divorce; Sharing an Attorney; Choosing Separate Attorneys; If You've Already Finalized Your Divorce; What's Your Co-parenting Style?; Super Friends; Business Partners; Oil and Water; Fifteen Things You May Want to Do (But Must Not Do) as a Co-parent; 1. Attempt to Sabotage Your Child's Relationship with the Other Parent; 2. Bad-Mouth Your Ex or Your Ex's New Significant Other; 3. Use Your Child as a Messenger; 4. Tell Your Child the Grown-Up Details about Why You Broke Up
  • 5. Try to Convince Your Child That the Divorce Was a Good Idea6. Treat Your Child like a Confidante, Counselor, or Fellow "Victim"; 7. Major in the Minors; 8. Use Your Child as a Weapon to Wound Your Ex; 9. Punish Grandma and Grandpa; 10. Get Rid of Family Photos and Other Keepsakes; 11. Rush into Another Relationship or Expose Your Child to the Revolving Door of Your Dating Life; 12. Pressure Your Child to Approve of Your New Relationship; 13. Buy Things for Your Child out of Guilt or to Compete with Your Ex; 14. Bash Marriage, Relationships, or Your Ex's Gender; 15. Wallow
  • Fifteen Things You Must Do (But May Not Want to Do) as a Co-parent1. Know Which Pitches to Swing At and Which to Let Pass; 2. Be the "Bigger" Co-Parent; 3. Take Responsibility; 4. Be Flexible; 5. Lose the Sense of Entitlement; 6. Enjoy Your Child-Free Time; 7. Respect Your Child's Relationship with the Other Parent; 8. Encourage Your Child to Respect the Other Parent; 9. Keep the Lines of Communication Open; 10. See Your Ex through Your Child's Eyes; 11. Mind Your Business; 12. Move On; 13. Turn Over a New Leaf; 14. Offer (or Ask for) Forgiveness; 15. Look to the Future
  • Calendars, Clothes, and CampsHow Will You Share Parenting Time?; Clothing and Other Items; Money Matters; Education and Extracurricular Activities; Health and Medical Issues; Travel; Special Considerations for Teens; Other Considerations; Calendars and Other Organizational Tools; Write Your Own Parenting Plan; Guiding Questions; Communicating beyond the Plan; What If My Ex Doesn't Follow the Plan?; Separate but Equal; His House, His Rules; Believe Half of What You Hear; It's Not a Competition if You're on the Same Team; "What about Us?": Never-Married and Noncustodial Parents
Control code
ocn836402527
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781608824649
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)836402527

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