26.6.2020 02:00 pm
Rule number one for successful co-parenting: ‘Don’t be an asshole’. Our Parenty guest writer gets real about how to work with your ex.
Your relationship didn’t work out, which sucks. Trust me, I get it.
Mastering 15 roles that encourage involved parenting.
When it comes to sex, there is no “normal” and “abnormal”. Something only becomes a problem when it starts affecting your daily life and the quality of your relationships.
A UK organization has developed cartoon short films to help families cope with Covid-19 anxiety.
Large weddings are still impossible, but couples can now look forward to obtaining a marriage certificate.
In my practice lately, I’ve noticed that some couples are struggling to renegotiate some of the roles and responsibilities in their household when it comes to the kids.
As we go into the different levels of lockdown in the coming weeks, one or both of you may be returning to work, and you might have to renegotiate some roles to ensure the home and work responsibilities are dealt with fairly.
If you’re a parent trying to do some work, run a household, and also keep the children stimulated during this lockdown – you’re probably a little stressed.
Parenting author and mom of four, Victorine Mbong Shu, has had to convert her home into an office and a classroom for her children (as many of us have had to do). She shares her experiences.
Because there is such a thing as too much time together.
Services to protect women and children against domestic abuse are essential services as well.
Kitchens, dining rooms and other spaces have become offices for remote work with computers, cords and paperwork spilling into what was, until very recently, private space.
Home doesn’t have to be chaotic with the early closure of schools and many parents being asked to work from home as a result of the coronavirus pandemic