Consider these co-parenting tips if you have a narcissistic ex

by James Moore Child Support Consultant
When you're co-parenting after divorce, you should expect that there will be some contention.

If you and your ex can find a way to work through that and focus on what's in your kids' best interests, then you'll likely find that things aren't as stressful.

Things may be a bit more challenging if your co-parent is a narcissist.

Trying to co-parent with a narcissist isn't easy.

This mindset makes co-parenting hard because it's unlikely that your narcissistic ex will put your kids' needs and wants in front of their own.

It's usually best to keep proof of things that might come into question later because of this.

The parenting plan is one of the best things you can have when you co-parent with a narcissistic individual.

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