OSU Extension Co-Parenting for Resilience classes educate divorcing parents on how
to handle the separation in a way that makes adjustment safer and easier for children.
Divorce & Coparenting
Parenting Young Children
How both adverse and protective childhood experiences can affect someone's overall mental, physical and emotional health.
Children may experience significant behavior and emotional changes within the first year after divorce so it’s important to assist them in the transition.
Learning how to allow children to experience the natural or logical consequences of their actions teaches them how to make choices and be responsible for them.
Regardless of your experience with divorce, there are some important things to remember about helping your children adjust in healthy ways.
Learn how to get through divorce successfully by understanding the six different types of divorce.
Start communicating more calmly and effectively by applying the use of “I” messaging when talking with a co-parent to avoid conflict.
Recently divorced parents can improve their physical and mental health with these helpful self-care suggestions.
Avoid causing children unnecessary stress after a divorce and continue to work on your relationship with your co-parent by applying these helpful tips.