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Separation felt like going through hell.

Working on a co-parenting relationship took time and commitment.

Here are three things that helped me create a good co-parenting relationship 👇

1. Our kid well being is top priority

This means every decision must first answer the question:

"How will this affect the well being of our child?"

2. I take responsibility for my own sh*it

This includes my feelings, boundaries, wants and needs.

It is my job to communicate these clearly.

3. We always find a way to make things work

Our daughter needs a functioning, healthy and responsive mom and dad.

This means we will always figure things out so everyone is ok.

Do you have any tips for a good co-parenting relationship?

Put them in a comment! 👇

Whenever you're ready, here are two ways I can guide you through separation:

Divorce Cowboy, Separation coach for men
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