One of the most difficult parts about being divorced is working out holiday plans. Christmas is arguably the most important holiday of the year, and knowing you have to share your child isn't easy. Every 13 seconds a couple is getting divorced. Millions of people are trying to figure out how to co-parent after divorce. Here are some tips to help you survive Christmas.
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