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Co-parenting is a collaborative parenting arrangement where divorced, separated, or unmarried parents work together to raise their children. In co-parenting, both parents share the responsibilities and decision-making related to their children's upbringing, such as education, healthcare, and emotional well-being. Effective co-parenting involves open communication, mutual respect, and a commitment to prioritize the best interests of the children. This approach aims to provide a stable and nurturing environment for children despite the changes in the parents' relationship, allowing them to maintain strong relationships with both parents and fostering their healthy development.
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