Children can experience problems with splitting time between separated parents.
Each parent can have differing parenting styles to raise their children.
One parent may be stern with their rules toward his or her children and the other may be looser with rules.
Differing parenting styles can cause a child to have anxiety and confusion.
Parents have a difficult time communicating with each other after they separate from each other.
Children see parents fighting with each other if they do not know how to communicate with each other.
Children will learn negative values if they see their parents fighting with each other because they cannot communicate.
Children will have to relocate often if they share time between parents.
Children become frustrated and lonely if they have to constantly relocate.
Children will not have a sense of a solid home base if they are constantly switching between two homes.
Children gain many benefits if they share time between two parents.
Children maintain a strong relationship with both parents if they share time with each one.
The children will not feel a sense of rejection from one parent if they are both involved.
Children will have a stronger self-esteem if they are involved with both parents.
Each parent provides a unique support system to a child.
Mothers are the emotional, nurturing, and security support to a child.
Fathers provide a protection, instruction, and strength support to children.
Cooperative parenting has many benefits to a child’s well-being.
Children are less likely to be manipulated by one parent if both parents cooperate together.
Parents are less likely to shower children with gifts to make up for lost time if they share time.
Child support is usually paid more consistently if parents cooperate with each other.
Parents can work together to make joint custody more successful.