5 Ways To Handle A Negative Co-Parent
Anger-Conflict Programs for Co-Parenting & Other Life Challenges By Rosalind Sedacca, CDC Are you trying to cope with a negative, confrontational co-parent after your divorce or breakup? It can be enormously challenging at best. Most people acknowledge that staying positive and “taking the high road” is the best way to handle difficult people. But that’s much easier said than done. It’s tough to stay positive when your co-parent exudes negativity toward you with every encounter. Repeated contact with the same stressful outcome will inevitably bring you down. It also drains your energy, bombarding your consciousness with self-doubt and insecurity. A negative, argumentative or disrespectful co-parent can be especially challenging when you are trying to be a positive role model for your children. It’s important to remember: we can’t change other people, much as we would like to. This is particularly true for difficult people who are

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