The first three articles in this series emphasize how intense emotions can make co-parenting and moving on with the next stage of your life very difficult. To get your children through this life transition as positively as possible you need to be able to offer support and stability. And to do that, you need to have a functioning relationship with their other parent.
Of course, it would be ideal to have a friendly functioning relationship with them but divorce doesn't always happen that way. The next best thing is to have a healthy and effective business relationship, since you are in the business of raising your children together.
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