The co-parenting conundrum

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

Fri 26 January 2018

15 mins

There's no doubt that your relationship changes after children. But what happens when it changes irreparably? Is co-parenting even possible?

Karen Kristjanson is an author who believes it's not only possible, but it's vital for the long term benefit of your children. So if that's the goal, how do we achieve it without feeling miserable yourself as a parent?

Read more about Karen's advice here.

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