Managing the risky decisions around COVID-19, for couples with kids, is difficult enough in intact families. But that is no match for blended families, especially when custody is shared between parents.

If exes have a collaborative relationship, there is the chance for negotiation and joint decision-making.

However, many ex-spouses have challenging relationships and very different beliefs about risk-taking associated with COVID-19.

For those couples with challenges, I found a wonderful article:

Divorce, Co-Parenting & COVID-19: Challenges & Opportunities

You may also be interested in our other articles dealing with COVID-19:

Dealing with Crisis: Pandemic Grief

How to Keep the Quarantine from Ruining Your Marriage

The Key to Effective Communication During COVID-19


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If you and your partner have drifted apart, call us. We are doing online therapy for Individuals and Couples. Call 410-363-2825 or email us now if your relationship is struggling.


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