When two parents divorce, they become co-parents.
Co-parents have big problems. This blog examines the topics and distress associated with those problems and discusses why so much of it is understandable if not unavoidable.
Jeremy Clyman, Psy.D., is a forensic and clinical psychologist.
About Co-Parent Problems
The general aim of this blog is to apply psychological research, theory and strategy to the world of co-parent problems. Empirical and anecdotal evidence will be used in discussing how children, parents and family and probate court attorneys can effectively adapt to the divorce and post-separation process.