Powerful advice for you and your ex-spouse on how to reduce conflict and protect your children's well-being by co-parenting
You and your ex are struggling to be civil to each other. The conflicts could be damaging to your child. Dr. Farber, a clinical child psychologist on the clinical faculty of the George Washington University School of Medicine has been in practice for 30+ years; he knows what you're up against. He writes compassionately and insightfully about the concrete, doable steps you can take during and after divorce to still be the best mom or the best dad you can be.
You don't have to like your ex, but to co-parent successfully you will still have to deal with your ex. Dr. Farber helps you navigate the upheaval with practical advice based on real families. His book shows you how to
• Know what to say, and not to say, to your child about separation, divorce, and co-parenting
• Cope with child support and other money issues
• Handle the holidays, special family occasions, school sports, and religion
• Introduce your child to a potential new partner
• Co-parent when an ex has a personality disorder, addiction problem, or is a bully
• Raise a healthy child while co-parenting
Dr. Farber's expert analysis and counsel will show you how to use co-parenting to turn your broken marriage into a working divorce that supports the emotional and developmental health of you and your child.