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The Co-Parenting Survival Guide: Letting Go of Conflict After a Difficult Divorce

Elizabeth Thayer Ph.D. and Jeffrey Zimmerman Ph.D.

You may be winning the battle in court, but losing the war at home, saddened at the wounds your children bear as a result of this conflict. But because you are willing to do anything to help your children thrive, you can learn to build a parenting partnership with your former mate in spite of the history between you. 

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