When we address the topic of divorced parents communication, we actually should talk about communication between the two ex-partners. In the co-parenting situation, a peaceful, consistent, and purposeful communication is essential to the success of the co-parenting.
It all starts with the right mindset. Divorced parents communication is highly important as it has the highest purpose: the well-being of your children. Every time you contact your ex-partner, resolve to conduct yourself with class as your behaviour might affect the situation of your children.
Your children are the focal point in every discussion as divorced parents, no matter what. Communication is going to be a tough task. Good to remember is that it isn't necessary to always meet in person. Exchanging information over the phone or via email could be fine for the majority of conversations.
Use the means of contact that work best for you. Main goal is to maintain a conflict-free communication. Whatever the means of communciation, the following tips will help you maintain conflict-free and effective communication:
If you are ready to rebuild trust after a separation or divorce, be sincere about your efforts. Remember your children's best interests as you move forward to improve your relationship.
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