In her recent article about navigating a child’s loyalty between parents during a separation or divorce, Dr. Peggy Kruger Tietz states the following: “Staying neutral about someone whom you might still have negative feelings requires courage. And getting beyond anger takes practice. Yet, cooperative co-parenting is in your child’s best interest and is worth the effort.”
The act of positive co-parenting with someone that you might intensely dislike takes guts. Is your child’s happiness and well-being worth the struggle?