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What Is Retaliatory Behavior in Co-Parenting?
What Is Retaliatory Behavior in Co-Parenting?

Understanding Retaliatory Behaviors in Co-Parenting Retaliatory behaviors in co-parenting are actions taken by one parent to punish or get back at the other parent, often at the expense of the child's well-being. These behaviors can manifest in various forms, such as ...

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