American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An arrangement in a divorce or separation by which parents share legal and physical custody of a child or children.
- v. present participle of co-parent.
“Indeed, what also came out that afternoon were the many tasks I — like so many other working/co-parenting/married mothers — have been doing for so many years and tearfully declared I would continue doing.”
“I think most co-parenting is based on similar morals and values, probably the same ones that brought you together as a couple.”
“From the time I had to go to Urgent Care after a night of sex to the frustrations around my co-parenting challenges, my personal stories, along with all the [...]”
“From the time I had to go to Urgent Care after a night of sex to the frustrations around my co-parenting challenges, my personal stories, along with all the emotions they stir, can be found here.”
“I have had clients in the past and current clients who are dealing with the challenges of co-parenting and maneuvering through the court system.”
“As I write this now, I am still amused by my own ridiculousness in thinking there was some profound insight out there that would be the key to successful co-parenting.”
“FAMILIES IN TRANSITION SUPPORT, "For the Children's Sake," for Loudoun and Fauquier parents separating or divorcing, help with developing co-parenting skills.”
“We were raised to expect that co-parenting was an attainable goal.”
“A substantial amount of time must pass in order for the alcoholic/addict to demonstrate a responsible, tethered, clean and sober lifestyle, before supervised visits or co-parenting can occur.”
“Katims says the decision to keep the pair apart for at least the beginning of Season 3 stems from the desire to explore co-parenting when the parents are not together — something that has not been covered beyond the return of Amber and Drew's father, Seth, for four episodes last season.”
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