Patched-Up Parenting – A Guide to Co-Parenting

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It’s no secret that the divorce rate in the United States is near the 50% mark for all married couples. What this ultimately means is that when two adults who have children get divorced, they then have to figure out how to co-parent effectively. Not only is this healthy for the future of their child, but it’s also healthy for the mental outcome and positivity of all those that are involved. 

One other underlying factor of divorce is that every aspect of life with every person who is involved is about to change. This is where the book “Patched-Up Parenting – A Guide to Co-Parenting” written by Angela Dunne comes into play. She offers advice and wisdom from a powerful perspective. 

Patched-Up Parenting – A Guide to Co-Parenting

If you’ve been through a divorce or are on the verge of one, this book can help to offer you practical advice and real-life scenarios from those who have gone through this before you. The truth is that no one should have to tackle divorce or the after-affects alone, and Patched-Up Parenting is there to help you through those difficult times. More information about the book and purchase options can be found HERE

The author, Angela Dunne, not only does a great job offering advice and tips in her book, but she also does this on her BLOG as well. Just know that you are not alone during this time in your life! There are millions of others out there who are going through the same process and thoughts as you!

Interested in finding out more about Patched-Up Parenting? Read all about it HERE! 

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angie
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parenting is a learning game for sure and this book seems like it could be a guide thanks so much for sharing

Katrina Brockavich
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Katrina Brockavich

Co-Parenting is so hard, I really could have used a book like this when we first started co-parenting. I could always use some help! 😁

kumamonjeng
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Parenting is a job we can’t call it quit but have to keep learning, it is even more challenging for co-parenting. We should invest our time into parenting and the result would be rewarding when the child grew up to be a kind soul.

rosemary
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rosemary

wow

Athena
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Not only is co-parenting hard but sometimes it is near impossible and far more detrimental for children than if they didn’t co-parent.

Christa
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Christa

It’s so important to learn how to successfully co-parent. This looks like an incredible resource!

Erin Sluka
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Erin Sluka

Perhaps I could have used this long ago. The problem is one of our boys was my husbands Ex’s Golden Child and she hindered wherever she could to not want him enjoying time with Dad.

Wendy Polisi
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It is so helpful to have pointers and some suggestions on making co-parenting easier. Divorce and separation are tough situations, especially with children.

Tandi Cortez
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Tandi Cortez

I really enjoyed the review! This book looks very interesting! Thank you for the review!

Kelsey Vinson
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Kelsey Vinson

Co-parenting isn’t easy as first. But it proves to be much easier when you cooperate well.

Garf
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I am not a parent yet so this is a great information for someone like me who is thinking to become a parent. Thanks for sharing these helpful tips.

Ken Ohl
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Parenting is an experience you learn and grow everyday with it for sure

monique s
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monique s

This looks like such a good read for all us new step parents to be

Sandy H
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Sandy H

The book is helpful!

Tim
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Tim

It is a shame that kids have to be collateral damage in a divorce. Most parents don’t, but some will manipulate the kids to gain preferential treatment in divorce kid, doing iurreparable harm to the kids and the parent that is targeted.

vera wilson
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vera wilson

All could use some ideas and help when kids involved and divorced. So this should help.

Debbie Erickson
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Debbie Erickson

Divorce is so hard on everyone, especially the kids. This book looks like a great resource to aid in getting through it.

Sandra S
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Sandra S

The saddest part of the high divorce rate is that so many times the kids suffer. Co-parenting has to be really worked at to succeed.. but it is worth it.

Cindy Ingalls
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I can see this book being a helpful resource for parents going through a divorce. Things can get ugly sometimes and parents need to come together to help their kids navigate the changes.

Alexus Hitz
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Alexus Hitz

Parenting is a ongoing learning lesson day by day. You never know what will happen. Seems as if this book could guide you through a little here and there. Sounds like a good choice.

Lori Walker
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Lori Walker

This is all new information to me – thanks

nicole brown
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nicole brown

This is amazing, I love this so much

Azeem Isaahaque
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Azeem Isaahaque

It is so true! Divorce rare is high

Serissa Mcanally
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Serissa Mcanally

Parenting is an art…

Serissa Mcanally
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Serissa Mcanally

Parenting is an art

Joseph caleco
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Joseph caleco

Parenting is one of those things that is impossible to truly master

Sara Zielinski
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This is a great book

Philip Lawrence
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Philip Lawrence

Co-Parenting is probably the hardest thing in the world to accomplish.

melissa cushing
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This looks like a great tool for helping parents with co-parenting. I know many that would appreciate something like this. Thank you!

Nicole
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This is such a great post! Parenting in general can be hard let alone when you have to start co-parenting. There is no guidelines or handbooks to parenting. This is great advice and information though, thanks for sharing!

Laurie Emerson
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Laurie Emerson

This book can help in so many ways. I still remember all the hurt and not understanding when my parents divorced and it was so long ago. The effect are everlasting.

Raja Padala
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Raja Padala

👌👌👌

Carolyn Daley
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Carolyn Daley

I bet this is a great book for those who have to work together to co-parent.

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