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Try to agree some ‘ground rules’ – especially around subjects that are likely to prompt argument. If you can’t do this together – think about using a professional – such as a mediator – to help you to discuss and agree things calmly

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You've got such good hearts, intelligence, and excellent rapport with your children. I know you've got the raw talent to have a loving and highly evolved post-divorce family system.

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The problem about couple on the verge of divorcing nowadays is how everything is about themselves. The fact that they already have children shows that they should be more responsible with their actions and think about the people around them. Once they got this figured out, they will help their child grow up as a well-adjusted person.

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It can be hard to do, but parents can improve a situation by recognizing their divorce from each other, not the children. Kids need to see that even though their parents might not love each other, they are committed to staying connected because of their responsibilities as parents. Anything that puts a child in the middle of dispute is unhealthy, and causes the most problems for divorcing families. If parents don't work issues through, those issues have a huge effect on their kids.

Agreed, it sometimes seems like spouses put their interests ahead of their children's, and it sickens me. If they weren't compassionate enough to keep their child in mind during a divorce, than they probably shouldn't have had one to begin with.

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I agree. Children are often left with a lot to clean up after a divorce. Here in alaska, divorce mediation is becoming more popular ( It seems like it makes sense to involve a mediator into the equation as well to hash out some of the issues and to become better co-parents.

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Statistics show that the better the parents get along during and post divorce the better their children will do later on in life. Ultimately, this sense of co-parenting will benefit everybody in the family.

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