Parenting: Success Requires A Team Effort
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Every day, parents are faced with decisions about how to raise their children. Some decisions are minor, such as whether children can have snacks before dinner, and some are major, such as which school a child attends. Sometimes mothers and fathers agree on these matters, and other times they do not. How parents negotiate their child-rearing beliefs and their day-to-day shared parenting responsibilities is called co-parenting.
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