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We Agree: Creating a Parenting Plan Parenting Agreement Worksheet Oklahoma Version

A parenting worksheet guiding co-parents and setting guidelines to meet the needs of their children as they parent apart.

Divorce & CoparentingParenting & Family RelationshipsParenting AdolescentsParenting Young Children
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Tips for Working with an Uncooperative Co-Parent!: 10 Things You Should Do

Understand the three primary characteristics of a healthy co-parenting relationship and how to create a healthy environment for the children.

Divorce & CoparentingMarriageParenting & Family Relationships
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Tips for Successful Stepfamilies: Moving Your Marriage from Surviving To Thriving–Part 2

Tips for parents on how to become a bridge between the stepparent and the children to help everyone adjust to the new family arrangement.

Divorce & CoparentingMarriageParenting & Family Relationships
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Tips for Successful Stepfamilies: Moving Your Marriage from Surviving To Thriving–Part 1

Learn how to balance the preexisting parent-child relationships with the new spousal relationship to help build a strong and stable stepfamily.

Divorce & CoparentingMarriageParenting & Family Relationships
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Tips for Successful Stepfamilies: Help! I’m a Stepparent!

Tips for the biological parent on how to successfully help the stepparent establish their role in the parenting team.

Divorce & CoparentingMarriageParenting & Family Relationships
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Tips for Successful Stepfamilies: GO SLOW

Understand the importance of taking things slow when bringing a stepfamily together to prevent strife, anger and resentment in the children.

Divorce & CoparentingMarriageParenting & Family Relationships
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Transitioning Through Divorce: Grieving the Lost Marriage

Learn about the typical phases of grief that may be associated with the loss of a marriage and how to push through them.

Divorce & CoparentingMarriageParenting & Family Relationships
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Co-Parenting Series: Developmentally Appropriate Parenting Plans

A step by step guide for co-parents who are thinking about how they want to structure their roles.

Divorce & CoparentingParenting & Family Relationships
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