It’s easy to be overwhelmed by scheduling conflicts, payment obligations, and miscommunication. What you really need is understanding and collaboration. Unfortunately, when you are a co-parent, your ex-partner may not always be on the same page. Life can become exhausting and co-parenting can be hard: you handle constant scheduling and rescheduling, try to accommodate holidays, avoid bad-mouthing your co-parent in front of the children, wrangle shared finances, and many other things.
In addition to bringing her practical step-mom life experience each week to Finding Sanity in Co-Parenting, Laura MacMahon, kincrew Co-founder, invites experts from the divorce and co-parenting professional ecosystem to share insights and answer listener questions.
Laura MacMahon is cofounder of kincrew™, second wife, and stepmom to four. Laura and her husband, Mark, created kincrew software out of a personal need to organize their family life and quickly realized that there was potential to do so much more all in the name of changing the conversations that were happening around divorce. Laura has studied childhood development, especially relating to children who grow up in conflict situations and is motivated by the possibility of helping others find a happier and healthier path forward for their entire family during and after divorce.
Kincrew helps you become a better co-parent by helping you get organized, improve collaboration, and simplify payment obligations, ensuring that you and your children are secure and happy. We help you eliminate potential conflict by giving you the tools and knowledge you need to reduce stress and focus on what’s best for you and your children’s well-being.
For more information and access to co-parenting resources, visit us at www.kincrew.io.
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