How to parent together when you're living apart

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Tue 17 November 2015

15 mins

Having a child can test any relationship, and as parents we learn how to do it together. So what happens when you separate from your child's mum or dad? How do you learn to co-parent, when you don't have the love and support you once had? Psychologist Clare Rowe works with families navigating these rocky waters every day... hear her practical advice on how to do it well in this episode of Healthy Parents.

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