Understanding Good or Evil
Finding a Pathway to Peaceful Co-Parenting
Parenting is already one of the most critical and challenging roles you can play. However, when you add conflicting relationship dynamics and mixed emotions into play, getting to a common understanding can seem overwhelming. It's vital to decide that your child's well-being will be the most significant contributor to every decision you make as a parent. Your child's needs and overall emotional, physical, and mental well-being can serve as your compass of what's right and wrong. If there are behaviors that may put your child at risk, it may be necessary to involve the legal system to protect your child's well-being. Otherwise, you may try to agree peacefully with your co-parent. Remember to consider the needs and interests of your child as you move forward. This peaceful movement is not a one-time decision, but this is an ongoing journey that you will need to revisit and redesign regularly to ensure the custody arrangement and relationships are working for everyone.