Something That Isn’t Political

Well, I sup­pose you could MAKE it polit­i­cal, but it isn’t overt­ly political.


The results sug­gest that pro­grams for par­ents-to-be should devote atten­tion to how they will copar­ent togeth­er, Schoppe-Sul­li­van said.

“Par­ents need to be sure they are con­sis­tent in their par­ent­ing val­ues, beliefs and atti­tudes, and expec­ta­tions about how they will divide respon­si­bil­i­ties,” she said.

“They also need to be aware of the sub­tle ways in which they can under­mine each oth­er’s par­ent­ing, and how their rela­tion­ship as par­ents can affect their rela­tion­ship as a couple.”

The arti­cle isn’t earth­shak­ing as far as I’m con­cerned, but it was fair­ly inter­est­ing — espe­cial­ly the exam­ples of sup­port­ive and under­min­ing coparenting.

Cur­rent Mood: 🙁drained
Cyn is Rick's wife, Katie's Mom, and Esther & Oliver's Mémé. She's also a professional geek, avid reader, fledgling coder, enthusiastic gamer (TTRPGs), occasional singer, and devoted stitcher.
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