The pandemic has made co-parenting more stressful. These tips can help – ABC Life

The challenges of co-parenting during the pandemic. The virus doesn’t respect legal and practical divisions of parental responsibilities. Knowing how to navigate these situations isn’t easy and unfortunately, being a parent doesn’t always equate to behaving like an adult.

Representing our clients’ (and their children’s) best interests sometimes means offering them professional and objective advice that they may not want to hear even when it’s what they need to hear. Uncertain times require more patience and tolerance as we all try to work out what’s best for parents, children and families.
As a parenting educator the most common questions I get asked often involve the other parent, rather than the child, writes Maggie Dent.