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Parenting with an abusive or controlling ex partner.

If you have children with your abuser, then you will already know how challenging it is to maintain a civil co-parenting status with the abuser. There are difficulties at every turn. As a result of these complexities, co-parenting with an abusive partner is difficult at best and a nightmare at worst. What is co-parenting? Co-parenting is cooperative or collaborative parenting which suggests that both parents need to remain on civil and respectful terms in order to do what is best for the children. It means having to regularly communicate with the other parent for medical and educational decisions. Co-parenting is a teamwork-based concept. However, in high conflict situations like with an abu

How to help a friend experiencing domestic abuse

How to help a friend experiencing domestic abuse Do you have a friend in an abusive relationship and you’re not sure what to do? It can be extremely difficult when you realise that somebody you care about is experiencing domestic abuse. Your friend may not have told you directly that they are experiencing domestic abuse. If this is case it can be very difficult to talk about the situation, however there are things that you can do in order to try and support your friend. Listen, they may feel totally alone. It is important to stress that domestic abuse happens to people from all walks of life and that they know the abuse isn’t their fault. The perpetrator of the abuse is always to blame; they

 

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