Separation and divorce are hard on everyone, and when you add children, time, and distance to the equation, things can get even tougher. Maintaining a strong relationship with your noncustodial child can prove particularly challenging if the situation between you and your ex-spouse or partner is not great. However, there are some steps you can take to minimize the emotional strain on everyone involved and continue to act in the best interest of your child. When you and your noncustodial child or children spend time together, try:
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