Marriage Bottom Line: “I Need Your Support”

Marriage Bottom Line: “I Need Your Support”

A marriage is an attachment relationship for adults. As in childhood with one’s primary caregiver, attachment is a relationship bond to a thoroughly supportive other. In human evolution, that person was the advantage that helped you to survive and raise children. Psychologically, this parent or partner helps regulate your emotions and connect you to your … Continue reading

6 Attitude Rules for Co-Parenting

6 Attitude Rules for Co-Parenting

There are many practical rules for healthy co-parenting, largely focused on consistency and cooperation. Underneath the practicalities is the basic attitude towards the co-parent. Here are six firm rules that demonstrate the right disposition. Never, ever, criticize your co-parent in front of your children. Children need to idealize their parents in the early years and … Continue reading