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It is impossible to describe the fear and pain a child goes through when the two people he or she loves most in the world are fighting with each other. And – it is virtually impossible to maintain a respectful co-parenting relationship once parents choose to go down the adversarial path of litigation. You can prevent this from happening to YOUR children.
The videos below were very generously provided by Charlie and Barb Asher, the developers of a family foundation dedicated to the well-being of children whose parents are divorced or divorcing. They will give you some insight about how you might proceed in divorce or post-divorce matters while protecting your children from the things they fear the most.
For more information about this very important work, visit the following websites:
www.uptoparents.org intended for divorced or divorcing parents.
www.proudtoparent.org intended for never-married parents.
www.nodivorcetoday.org intended for parents who are contemplating separation but prefer to save their marriage.
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