Your girlfriend does have a point, however, that downplaying the separation between you and your ex-partner can influence your daughter's view of co-parenting. So while this concept has begun to gain more attention thanks to social mediait's important to remember the way you and your daughter's mom co-parent is not going to look the same as another couple's co-parenting. Consider Love, Lindsay your digital Cupid. Here are some basics to keep in mind as you work your way toward losing your single status. She has voiced to me we are messing with our child's view of how co-parents should get along and are doing things very wrong. Want more positive journalism?
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'My Girlfriend Is Uncomfortable With My Co-Parenting Style. Am I In The Wrong?'
I stay at her mom's house for a plate of food on Thanksgiving, still receive my own individual invite for her mother's aunt's Easter party every year, we attend car shows together, we both attend birthday parties that our child was invited to if able, and just general child-friendly events altogether. I grew up with her mom as a best friend and then we dated for six years before splitting. While I may not know everything, I do know a lil something about love and our seemingly endless pursuit of it. If your girlfriend is unwilling to make these strides toward a common goal, then that's likely the relationship deal-breaker. You have children whom you are responsible for in many ways and a potential mate needs to know this and be supportive. Nobody ever said co-parenting would be easy, probably because every ex-couple is trying to figure it out as they go.