If you are a single parent, most likely you have an ex of some kind (unless you were fortunate enough to get your cousin, Benny the Butcher, to tie cinder blocks to his or her feet and make it appear as if there was an accident by the Chattahoochee River). But, chances are, you have an ex that you have to communicate with, see occasionally, and interact with amicably for the sake of the children. For the most part, you have some sense of control of the parenting schedule; you know what to expect, and so do the kids. So, how do you handle it when your ex introduces a factor that is beyond your control?
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Arrange a phone call, if possible. It’s hard to really flesh out someone unless you meet them face to face right off the bat. The next step; and certainly next best thing, is to have a conversation with them on the phone. This will tell you, to some degree, how your personalities mesh.
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