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Good Housekeeping
Belle Yambao, Contributor
April 29, 2012

5 Tips on Maintaining a Good Relationship with Your Ex and Co-Parent

Check out FN's pointers for dealing with an ex-flame you have children with. By Belle Yambao

You might find yourself having trouble maintaining good relations with your ex at the end of a bad marriage. What is an already difficult situation becomes even more complicated when children are involved, but, for their sake, it’s important to maintain a good relationship with your ex, no matter how badly the relationship may have ended.

Having trouble dealing with your ex or co-parent? FN provides you with some pointers to help keep the relationship going smoothly.

(Originally published as "Sharon, Gabby, and KC Together Again: Maintaining a Good Relationship with an Ex and Co-Parent" on Female Network)

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