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Parenting is difficult enough when there are two parents and one household, divorce can make co-parenting more difficult, but it doesn’t have to be. If both parents keep the focus on the children only, and are willing to compromise, their chances of successfully co-parenting are very good. Research shows that children whose divorced parents have a cooperative relationship feel secure, confidant of the love of both parents, adjust better to divorce, and have higher self-esteem. See our recommendations below.

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