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welcome to the dmm bi-nuclear parenting library dads and moms of michigan (dmm) provides this library as an educational tool. you will find valuable information regarding bi-nuclear parenting, family court, friend of the court, child support, alimony and the associated financial implications. the dmm bi-nuclear parenting library is provided to assist michigan co-parents as they learn to - Click Here To View Entire Result

estic violence, chemical dependency or allegations of sexual abuse, the shared parenting plans in this handbook should be modified. this section of our library is intended to aid parents to design bi-nuclear parenting plans that will best meet the needs of their children. the guidelines are based upon the age of the child and the care giving arrangements before separation. some parents wa - Click Here To View Entire Result

bi-nuclear parenting | parental alienation prividedbyaidwhat is parental alienation (pa)? the term “parental alienation” (pa) was first coined in 1985 by dr. richard gardner, a child and forensic psychiatrist, to explain a destructive family dynamic that he observed in high-conflict divorces. he defined pa as “a disorder that arises primarily in the context of child-custody disputes - Click Here To View Entire Result

bi-nuclear parenting | parental alienation | the alienating parent providedbyaidmothers and fathers can engage in parental alienation (pa) behavior, although women seem to do it more frequently. men tend to go about gaining control of their children and taking revenge on their wives by kidnapping, whereas women tend to use psychological abduction. alienating parents selfishly put their own nee - Click Here To View Entire Result

bi-nuclear parenting | parental alienation | the targeted parent fathers are more likely than mothers to become the targeted parent in parental alienation (pa), especially when there are false accusations of abuse by the alienating parent. the targeted parent may contribute to the process by focusing on the alienating parent, even understanding the pathology of the alienating parent’s behavior - Click Here To View Entire Result

bi-nuclear parenting | parental alienation | the child in pa parental alienation (pa) is a serious form of child abuse that is destructive to the child’s natural development. the child caught up in this pathological family dynamic suffers from fear of rejection and abandonment by the alienating parent if they express positive feelings about the targeted parent. the child is brainwashed, manip - Click Here To View Entire Result

bi-nuclear parenting | the do's and don'ts of bi nuclear parenting one thing divorce or separation does not change is your being a parent. whether you develop a flexible co-parenting plan or a rigid visitation schedule, whether the arrangement is short or long term, you can help make the time you spend with your children fulfilling and productive. the following are some tips on making the most - Click Here To View Entire Result

bi-nuclear parenting | parenting plans | developmental age groups | plan for infants squarelogoinfants learn at a rapid rate. they learn to love and trust familiar caregivers. infants attach to parents and others through consistent, loving responses such as holding, playing, feeding, soothing, talking gently and meeting their needs promptly. they begin to respond to different approaches to pare - Click Here To View Entire Result

bi-nuclear parenting | parenting plans | developmental age groups | parenting plan for babies squarelogobetween the ages of nine and eighteen months, the transition from infant to toddler gradually takes place. there is great and rapid skill development, including motor accomplishments (crawling, standing and walking), communication from sounds and smiles to simple words, and beginning expressi - Click Here To View Entire Result

bi-nuclear parenting | parenting plans | developmental age groups | plan for toddlers squarelogothe period from eighteen to thirty six months is one of rapid physical, emotional and social change. toddlers are becoming more aware of the world around them. they may have formed attachments to many caregivers (i.e. parents, grandparents, daycare providers, close family friends). they are beginn - Click Here To View Entire Result

bi-nuclear parenting | parenting plans | developmental age groups | plan for pre-schoolers squarelogoin the pre-school years experience a tremendous number of developmental changes. it is important that parents of pre-schoolers adjust parenting styles to accommodate their children’s new development, while keeping in mind that pre-schoolers continue to require guidance and support. three to f - Click Here To View Entire Result

bi-nuclear parenting | parenting plans | developmental age groups | plan for early grade schoolers squarelogothis period begins the long, usually more settled, middle years of childhood. children have greater experience with multiple separations from parents (e.g. school, relatives, friends, sports). during this stage, children begin to: develop peer and community relationships - Click Here To View Entire Result

bi-nuclear parenting | parenting plans | developmental age groups | plan for pre-teens squarelogochildren in this period are preparing to make the leap into puberty and adolescence. they have a greater capacity to understand time, to appreciate future plans and schedules, and to balance different values and parental practices that might exist in their two residences. children this age tend t - Click Here To View Entire Result

bi-nuclear parenting | parenting plans | developmental age groups | plan for young teens squarelogochildren between thirteen and fifteen continue to use the family as a base of support and guidance. decision-making abilities vary widely among adolescents as well as from one situation to another. though they may not show it, young adolescents continue to need the nurturing and oversight of - Click Here To View Entire Result

bi-nuclear parenting | parenting plans | developmental age groups | plan for high schoolers squarelogoparents of sixteen to eighteen year olds should encourage and support their child’s: gradual and healthy separation from both parents development of an individual identity establishing a sense of self with regard to rules and regulations of society, school and peer groups - Click Here To View Entire Result

bi-nuclear parenting what is a bi-nuclear family? the extended family, usually consisting of two separate households, formed by the children and subsequent spouses of the partners in a divorce or similar domestic relations action.
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bi-nuclear parenting plans | each developmental age group the following information is divided into age groupings based upon developmental norms. however. parents should remember that each child is an individual. children develop at varying rates, depending upon many things such as place in the family, individual temperament, and outside events. developing a shared parenting plan for infants - Click Here To View Entire Result

family court the purpose of this section of the bi-nuclear parenting library is to provide co-parents with information pertaining to family court procedures, practices and terminology. this section is divided into the following sub sections: conducting yourself in family court marriage in michigan judgement of separate maintenance divorce in michigan never married parents c - Click Here To View Entire Result


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