Diane &Rick answer Jennifer’s question about her co-parent letting the children watch rated “R” horror movies. They discuss the importance of not fighting against what is out of her control, but finding a way to show interest with the kids to start a meaningful conversation. Also discussed is how the anxious parent can be interpreted as controlling and their co-parent rebelling instead of using good common sense.
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