Trusting the Other Parent During and After Divorce
Trust is an important characteristic for any relationship. If you have trust, then you have the base for a good parenting relationship going forward. The trust needs to extend past the safety of your child to trusting that the other parent is trying hard to be a good parent, following your parenting plan, parenting values, morals, etc.
Often times trust does not exists between the parents, due to the marital breakdown. If this becomes your situation, do not be alarmed. Allow for the trust to recreate itself within the new parenting relationship. This is a new relationship you are building, so you should try to give the other parent an opportunity to gain your trust.
Strategies and Tactics to Establish Trust:
In doing the above, you hope that these actions are reciprocated by the other parent. Please remember that trust is not something that is established overnight.
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