Pediatrician: Don’t Make Your Kid’s Healthcare a Proxy in Your Divorce Battles

For whatever reason, the relationship ends. But the former couple manage to maintain some level of good will toward each other. Perhaps they even remain on friendly terms.

Though their marriage has come to an end, they find a way of treating each other well. Or at least they put aside their differences in the interest of their children, and commit to being cordial in their roles as co-parents, taking care of them. They both show up for medical appointments, they take each other’s perspectives seriously, and they come to decisions about their children’s care together.

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