Jack and Lisa had been fighting non-stop. The two could never agree on anything and everything seemed to lead to an argument. Somewhere along the way, the two fell out of love. Not only was it affecting them, but it was also causing problems for their 7-year old son. They soon realized they would need to work together to give their son the best chance at a healthy upbringing.
The two of them turned to Family & Children’s Services for help. The couple went through the Cooperative Parenting and Divorce classes to learn how to co-parent and communicate without it leading to an argument. Because of Family and Children’s Services.
Because of Family and Children’s Services, Jack and Lisa are now able to create a supportive environment for their son while living in two different households.
Cooperative Parenting and Divorce:
Your relationship with your partner may have ended, but it’s in your children’s best interests for you both to be involved in their lives. In this six-week class, parents (one or both) learn strategies for cooperative parenting, learn how to maintain important family relationships, develop communication skills, conflict resolution, and how to create safe and supportive environments in two homes.
Classes begin July 24th, 2017. Visit www.fcsok.org for more information.