Parenting involves lots of decisions and will change over time depending on your child’s age and development. If you don’t live with the other parent this can make it harder to have these conversations and parent together.

These conversations may not happen or when they do, they can become tense or argumentative. It can be difficult to know how to move forward.

Sometimes children feel a responsibility to each parent to help them to communicate or worry about their feelings. Parenting together can be challenging to make sure it focuses on your children.

Getting it Right for Children digital programme

If you're working with a family practitioner you should be given access to the Getting it Right for Children digital programme.

Find out how to access the Getting it Right for Children digital programme with your login details.

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