5 Best Co-Parenting Blogs


We've put together a list of popular blogs created to guide parents through their co-parenting journeys. Each blog offers a variety of services and information from many different perspectives. Each blog focuses on the health and well-being of children from separated or divorced parents.
 

Child & Family Blog

The Child & Family Blog is a research-based project that reports on how family influences child development, both socially, emotionally, and cognitively. The articles are written by or with top child and family researchers in child development and based on current research published in academic journals. Some co-parenting topics include child support, the benefits of co-parenting, the concept of "community of care" that extends care to grandparents and other caregivers, parenting in high-conflict divorces, and research on the importance of overnight stays with fathers to very young children.
 

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Family Services Should Provide Family-Level Care That Includes Grandparents And Other Carers
Joint Custody Decision Should Be Based On Assessment Of Quality Of Parenting Of Mother And Father
 

 


Divorce and Co-Parenting on Thrive Global

This section was recently introduced by Arianna Huffington and is led by the founder of a divorce management platform. The articles cover the many parts of life that divorce effects, from well-being to children. As Huffington writes, while her marriage is no longer keeping her and her ex-husband together, they “have something more powerful” —their children.
 

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Co-parenting Is In—But Where Are the Boundaries?
How to Approach Difficult Conversations Mindfully
 

Talking Parents

In addition to a robust blog covering information from family fun to family law, Talking Parents offers a lawyer directory and a free online communication tool for helping co-parents communicate and avoid disputes.
 

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Creating Peace with Your Co-Parent’s Significant Other
Co-Parenting with a Narcissist
 
 

Co-Parenting into the Future

The mission of Co-Parenting Into the Future is to support parents going through the divorce process with tools for successful and effective co-parenting. The site also offers online courses on co-parenting and the tools necessary for effective communication. The courses include a downloadable workbook and a quiz at the end with a certification of completion.
 

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What is Co-Parenting
Co-Parenting While in a Relationship
 

Divorce and Children

DivorceandChildren.com is about "helping separated, and divorced parents get the support they need to raise happy, confident, and secure kids." The site's owner, Christina McGhee, is a speaker, coach, and author. Formatted as letters to her readers, McGhee's blogs cover everything from mistakes co-parents make to stories and tips for making family life better.
 

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Helping children of divorce become resilient