Struggling with Co-parenting? There’s an app that!

Lawyers, mediation, courts. If those words make you shudder, you’re not alone. Most co-parents aim to avoid those means of managing parental arrangements, with 68% opting to simply discuss with their ex-partner.

But it’s not that easy, is it? Discussions with an ex-partner can go one of 101 ways. There’s emotion involved, different parenting styles, different values; you split for a reason, right?

Then there’s the cost of living apart financially, so adding in the cost of a lawyer is something you’d avoid as co-parents if you can. However, there comes a point where you’re stuck in a toxic situation and something needs to be done because, after all, it’s now impacting the kids.

James knew this toxic co-parenting situation couldn’t continue. He needed to find his voice, regain control over his role as a parent, and finally extract himself from Emma’s manipulation. 

That’s when a friend told him about the CoOperate app – a solution designed specifically for high-conflict co-parenting situations like the one he was trapped in with Emma.

Simple Co-parenting

As soon as he downloaded it, James could see how the app’s features gave him a way to neutralise Emma’s control games. The shared calendar allowed them to objectively view and approve schedules, preventing her from pulling out the rug underneath him. The rules and discipline tracker kept parenting consistent across both households, eliminating Emma’s ability to overrule his decisions. And the expense manager, that was a game-changer for the financial power plays. 

But the biggest benefit of all was the secure messaging platform. The app created a neutral environment for their communications, free from Emma’s emotional outbursts and manipulation tactics. The app even had an AI parenting mediator available to help resolve any sticking points or conflicts. 

Within a few months of using CoOperate, James finally felt empowered to take control of his role and voice as a dad again. The app’s tools acted as a buffer against Emma’s narcissistic behaviour. He was able to make decisions, set rules, and advocate for his children without repercussions or power games. 

The hostility and chaos started to dissipate. James noticed their children’s anxiety and distress levels lowering as the co-parenting environment became more stable, calm, and consistent. He could see their emotional well-being improving.

For the first time in years, James felt like an equal figure in his kids’ lives. He had found the solution to escaping Emma’s control – and their whole family was happier because of it. No more falling victim to a high-conflict co-parenting dynamic. 

Regain your autonomy NOW and create an environment where your children can thrive with CoOperate.

Reducing conflict for co-parents

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