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Be Respectful: Phil. 2:4 

The definition of co-parenting is a process where two parents work together to raise a child even though they are divorced or separated and no longer live together.  Co-parenting. A term that can bring about so many different emotions for each person involved. For those walking a difficult road of co-parenting, emotions such as anger, frustration, disappointment, and concern may be fitting to express this experience. 

In this chapter we will review:

1. What does it mean to be a Co-Parent
2. Identify the stages of Co-Parenting
3. Effective Communication with Co-Parent
4. Impacts on Children
5. Shared Responsibility for Caring for Child/Children